29 words of encouragement on the 29th day of July.
Let’s Not Forget
July 25, 1946. The date of the United States of America’s last mass lynching. In Monroe, GA on Moore’s Ford Bridge, four African-American people were lynched by a mob of over twenty White men.
Uncomfortable: in a state of discomfort; uneasy; conscious of stress or strain.
Remembering Lewis & Vivian
Last Friday (July 17th), we lost two American heroes and trailblazers: Minister C.T. Vivian and Congressman John Lewis.
R is for Respect & Reflection
R is for Respect because there is no respectful way to honor Native people through mascots. R is for Respect because we can respect Native people by removing our mascots (especially at SCCS).
R is for Respect
This is an excerpt of a Courageously Concerned Letter I wrote to my local board of education…
Sacrifice, Valor, Honor
The Confederate Monument has its place in a museum, not in the middle of the Square in downtown Covington, GA.
I had a plan on how I wanted to write this blog post but now it just doesn’t feel right. This morning I got an email that was the exact antithesis of everything I planned. As a rising senior, I was excited to live on campus with my friends and take my last several major…
Happy Birthday Tamir Rice
Happy Heavenly Birthday, Tamir Rice! He should’ve turned 18 years old today. November 2014 Tamir was 12 years old and was killed by police for playing with a toy gun. This is why we march, chant, protest, & advocate for change. My brother turns 12 this November … I have to do everything in my…
Silence. It holds tremendous power. I’ve experienced its power and its faults.