Tag: movement

The Boldness Of One Black, Female Teacher: The Legacy Of Mary McLeod Bethune

  Mary Mcleod Bethune (July 10, 1875 – May 18, 1955) was a Black teacher and humanitarian. However, our ancestral auntie is best known for starting a private school for black students in Daytona Beach. (HEYYYYYY Bethune-Cookman!!! We see y’all!! HBCU’S rock.)  She is also … Continue reading The Boldness Of One Black, Female Teacher: The Legacy Of Mary McLeod Bethune

Firestarter Hotsheet: If All It Takes For Evil To Prosper Is For Good Men To Sit And Do Nothing, Where Are The Good Men?

James Baldwin said it best: “As long as white Americans take refuge in their whiteness…they will allow millions of people to be slaughtered in their name.” During 72 hours, there has been a Trump-radicalized bomber that sent 14 pipe bombs political critics of the current … Continue reading Firestarter Hotsheet: If All It Takes For Evil To Prosper Is For Good Men To Sit And Do Nothing, Where Are The Good Men?