This Turn Up Tuesday, we're talking about our voting rights!
Today I want to acknowledge a man of many firsts on the tennis court and who had a passion for social justice and civil rights: Arthur Ashe.
In the midst of this voting season, I was reminded that yesterday, August 18, 2020, was the one hundred year anniversary of the 19th Amendment being ratified. The 19th Amendment gave women the right to legally vote.
It's Your Turn. Conversations flow both ways.
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.
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).
This is an excerpt of a Courageously Concerned Letter I wrote to my local board of education...