Over the weekend I read “A Prom Divided” by Sara Corbett in the New York Times Magazine. In it she describes an annual tradition at a public high school in Montgomery County, Georgia—racially segregated proms. This is a call to both black and white students to show the adults in their lives how to transform a community and not be afraid to stand up for what is right.
Last week I had the opportunity to work for the second time with a great non-profit called On TASC in Youngstown, OH. They asked me to help teams of educators […]
It’s always good to start a wet Sunday morning laughing at absurdity. That is what I did after reading the Miss California Pageant paid for contestant Carrie Prejean’s recent boob job because they wanted to increase her self-esteem.
It’s been a difficult spring. The schools I work with have experienced an unprecedented level of bullying. What are we doing about it and how do we move forward from here?
I am always inspired by the participants at the Owning Up Training Institute but this time I was especially so, and strangely enough it started with one of the teachers sharing an upsetting incident her school had recently experienced.