Black Americans from Segregationists to Integrationists

This article is an act of expression. As a collective, I feel like we can solve racism in the United States.

MLK Day Energy

MLK Day Reflection  Today is MLK day. You are going to see tons of messages and post-humanist depictions of MLK, his words, and his speeches. But tomorrow, Tuesday the day after his birthday is celebrated, 99% of this MLK Day Energy will be lost. My question is, and it’s an important one, how can weContinue reading “MLK Day Energy”

Parents Need to Unionize

Parents Need A Union. First and foremost, when it comes down to schools, I’m a firm believer that parents need to unionize. Unions protect the best interest of their members. Secondly, In many of these schools, teachers and administrators have an association. Additionally, the only stakeholder that left unprotected is the families that send theirContinue reading “Parents Need to Unionize”

Long Island, Mississippi

Deep South, Progressive North? For those of you that don’t know, I’m originally from Covington, La. Louisiana is a short distance from Mississippi. Like many parts of the Deep South, racism runs rampant. It’s the type of racism that no one should ever have to experience. My thoughts have always been that Southern racism doesn’tContinue reading “Long Island, Mississippi”

Pittsburgh!

Pittsburgh!  Below is an excerpt from Brother El-Mekki’s speech at a school choice protest in Pittsburgh.  This is one of those once in a lifetime speeches, that can galvanize the school choice movement.  I’m happy that I was there to capture it.  Below: El-Mekki Live from Pittsburgh! Pittsburgh. 00:05 special interest group you know weContinue reading “Pittsburgh!”

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