Creating Equitable Educational Environments: Illuminate, Bridge and Transform

Featured Guest Organization: Chrysalis Consulting In our service to educators, we have found that individuals who listen to each other sharing personal experiences say they “had no idea that a group had those types of discriminatory experiences.” We have also heard people make increased commitments to fight against the discrimination they learned about.  When participantsContinue reading “Creating Equitable Educational Environments: Illuminate, Bridge and Transform”

Our Children…Lost in the Mix…

By: ZYLA WHITE, LSN KIDS Board Chair| Crime & Corrections Advocate| B.S. Psychology C hildhood hunger is a devastating issue that affects millions of children every day. According to Feeding America, 1 in 6 children may not know when they will eat again (Feeding America, 2020). The devastation caused by COVID-19 contributes to this tragedyContinue reading “Our Children…Lost in the Mix…”

Mental Health in Minority Communities: It is Personal & Professional for Me

Featured Guest: DEVIN MYERS, Licensed Professional Counselor Associate Hello! Time is of the essence so let’s get right to it, shall we? I would like to share with you some of my journey towards obtaining better mental health. First off, I would like to thank you for taking time out of your day to readContinue reading “Mental Health in Minority Communities: It is Personal & Professional for Me”

K-12 Civil Leadership™ Explained By Dr. Ri’Cha ri Sancho

Greetings! It’s an honor to be able to introduce the beginnings of the initiative K-12 Civil Leadership™! We will feature content to help engage and inform K-12 and higher education advocates in the areas of community, collaboration, and improving student interactions among diverse student groups. Education advocates are a special breed with special hearts, alwaysContinue reading “K-12 Civil Leadership™ Explained By Dr. Ri’Cha ri Sancho”

Featured Guest: Mr. Faheem Khabeer on The importance of an educator…

by FAHEEM KHABEER (Author, Filmmaker, & Motivator) “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”- Frederick Douglas Raised in the early eighties’, the inner-city of Cleveland left me on the path to becoming a broken man. I had entered into, “Major Works”, a program for gifted students, for the fourth gradeContinue reading “Featured Guest: Mr. Faheem Khabeer on The importance of an educator…”