Recently in the United States of America, there has been a movement called Take A Knee. This movement was started because of the NFL mistreatment of Colin Kaepernick after he decided to Take A Knee during the national anthem due to the police brutality of African Americans. He was released from his job as a quarterback for … Continue reading On Our Knees
As a child I hated doing extra work. There was a neighbor who was elderly and had a long drive. My mother would tell me that when I was done shoveling our driveway to go and shovel our neighbor's. She did not pay me for shoveling which would make me more upset. My mother told … Continue reading The Extra Mile.
Dear President and First lady Obama, Eight years ago I stood outside from 5:30 in the morning until sometime in the afternoon to watch you become the first African American President of the United States of America. I was somewhere between the Capitol and the Washington Monument with my family patiently waiting for the inauguration … Continue reading Dear Mr. President
After spending 4 years at an HBCU I have been awakened to social injustice and racial problems in our country. I have been specially made aware of the rise in police brutality against African Americans, the rise in the killings or discrimination against African Americans and laws that have been passed that adds to the … Continue reading It’s Time To Be Woke