Distance Learning: The First Two Weeks of Kindergarten and 5th grade


Summer Before the start of the new school year, before the start of summer break, and before we could wrap our heads around what was going on we were still trying to wrap up the last few weeks of school. Students switched from classroom to virtual learning fast. Though we unexpectedly found ourselfs in a …

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OPINION: To be Black and biracial is taboo


I’m biracial. Mixed. Multi-cultured. Diverse. Multi-ethnic. Polyethnic. Whatever you want to call it I am a product of multiple ethnicities. My mother is Black, and my father is Mexican and Italian. That means I’m Black, Mexican, and Italian – cool. What’s not cool is societies perception of multi-cultural when Black is added. To be Black …

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Discrimination against Texas teen due to locs length in Mont Belvieu


I woke up this morning and I cannot say that I am shocked by the news that Texas teen Deandre Arnold, as the policy stands, cannot walk at his graduation at Barbers Hill High School  in Mont Belvieu, due to the length of his locs. This controversial decision by Barbers Hill ISD school board unfolds …

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