Monthly Archives: August 2018

CEROW or ZERO: principled research

I started thinking ’bout this stuff, YEARS ago. When I was a student, watching from the side of an overly crowded classroom. Insecure not because I didn’t know or understand the flow of things as I saw them but because … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Black Parents Whose Suns Have Been Pushed Out of Preschool

Originally posted on Single Mom So Far:
Dear Mom, Dad, Auntie, Grandma, family member of a Black sun: I have to begin with this affirmation: I see you. I believe you. As we gear up for the start of a…

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A Mother’s Cry

I didn’t watch it The show¬†movie about a boy killed while carrying some candy & a drink In a town down South By a brown man exercising his right to carry… as he stood his ground… and measured life on … Continue reading

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