I Knew My Son Was Telling the Truth But I Didn’t Want to Be the ‘Angry Black Woman’ Again

Kerry-Ann’s post originally appeared in Faces of Education. I have two kids, a girl and a boy. My Elle, 11, has always been cut from her own cloth: independent, smart and smart-witted. She inhales books and the written word in a way that colors her reality. Because of this, she discovered a love of horses at the age of 6 and is now a full … Continue reading I Knew My Son Was Telling the Truth But I Didn’t Want to Be the ‘Angry Black Woman’ Again

One Voice Talks the Right to a High-Quality Education No Matter the School

It’s National School Choice Week and One Voice believes that every student should have access to a high-quality school. Period. So we are honoring the week through the lens of educational equity – which, for us, is neither new nor a week-long jaunt.  We do this work every single day. Check us out: “Parent choice is a choice for educational freedom. Freedom, my brothers and sisters! … Continue reading One Voice Talks the Right to a High-Quality Education No Matter the School

Kerry-Ann Royes – Broward County, FL

Kerry-Ann Royes is a mom, businesswoman and an everyday advocate who lives in Broward County, Florida and is particularly passionate about education and social issues affecting women and girls. Favorite MLK quotes: “Lightning makes no sound until it strikes.” “Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.” Kerry-Ann also writes for Faces of Education, a blog dedicated to the Broward … Continue reading Kerry-Ann Royes – Broward County, FL