Released on Feb 23, 2016
Dr. Courtney Robinson's father went to prison when she was just 6 months old and he was only 17. Her personal struggles of hardship and shame from having an incarcerated parent helped to shape her ... Read More
My colleague and friend said "you will see your influence and our discussions all over it" and IT is a great article. If we don't talk to our children about racism and discrimination we are not preparing them to navigate or change the world
When will White people see our children like they see their own children? Black mothers have asked this question since Africans were brought to America and enslaved. What makes my Black son different from your White son? He is an intelligent 8th grader in advanced placement courses, a talented percussionist ... Read More
My friend, mentor and co-author Dr. Luis Urrieta (cover photo) was honored yesterday at the White House with a "Champion of Change" Award! He was one of 10 honorees chosen nationally for his work as a community leader. Dr. Luis Urrieta truly embodies the spirit of Cesar Chavez's legacy. He ... Read More
The School to Prison Pipeline is about Discrimination.
On March 13th an article on Huffingtonpost.com titled “Yes, schools do discriminate against students of color”. This article suggests that this is NEW information, after Indiana University’s research project The Discipline Disparities to Practice Collaborative released a report on March 6th. ... Read More
I am extremely excited to finally host an open forum where concerned people can voice their opinions on sensitive topics that affect our community daily. I hope you will join in the discussion on all of the issues surrounding youth, education, and the criminal justice system. Stay tuned...
February 23rd, 2016 – Idrys Creed’s “Nobody in Particular” Podcast: THE LOOPHOLE TO MODERNIZED SLAVERY IN THE U.S.