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Education Equity

ShaRhonda on education and equity.

Life Lessons From My Uncle Larry

Life Lessons From My Uncle Larry

Today we celebrate the birthday of a great man!  Well, two great men: Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, but

Dear Black Students, Your Freedom Will Not Come From What You Learn in School

Dear Black Students, Your Freedom Will Not Come From What You Learn in School

The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house. Audre Lorde Dear Black Students:  I understand how frustrating it must be

Disability Advocacy

ShaRhonda on disability advocacy.

Motherhood: The Choice

To be a mother means that you created life. Women are the ultimate barriers to life. There are now ways to create life without an actual man; but still, the

Musings On Life In A Pandemic And The Similarities To My Life With Lupus:

Living through the pandemic is what my life is like living with lupus. A small part of me is relieved that so many people are living the way I have

An Open Apology To My Stomach

A letter of apology to my stomach: Today, I started my regular self-hate against you, my stomach, as I tried, and failed, to fit into my shorts from last summer.

My 7-Year-Old Helped Frame Her IEP Goals

Having a child with a disability, and becoming disabled myself, has put me through a boot-camp that prepared me for the war for quality services for folks with disabilities. I

Racial Crossfit

A new anti-racist curriculum for you.

Musings On My Conflicting Feelings Regarding National Juneteenth Celebrations

Musings On My Conflicting Feelings Regarding National Juneteenth Celebrations

All my life, being Black, specifically African American (ADOS), the reality of being enslaved in America and being mistreated after

JUNETEENTH: A BATTLE WIN, IN THE WAR FOR BLACK FREEDOM.

JUNETEENTH: A BATTLE WIN, IN THE WAR FOR BLACK FREEDOM.

Juneteenth is a celebration of a HUGE BATTLE WIN in the war for freedom for (ADOS) African Descendents of Slavery

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