Gwen: 2019: THE YEAR OF BLACK & BROWN PARENTS ESCAPING THE BURNING SCHOOL HOUSE OF SO-CALLED INTEGRATION – AT LEAST IN CONNECTICUT

5, 4, 3, 2, 1…Happy New Year! That was the collective chant across the globe twenty-four hours ago. Sad to say, yesterday, January 1, 2019 marks the end of the holiday season of goodwill towards all. The gifts of love that appeared abundant, since November 2018, will fade fast, especially for vulnerable children. As the saying goes, we are back to business as usual. While many … Continue reading Gwen: 2019: THE YEAR OF BLACK & BROWN PARENTS ESCAPING THE BURNING SCHOOL HOUSE OF SO-CALLED INTEGRATION – AT LEAST IN CONNECTICUT

April Edition: Black Boy Trauma

Welcome to our April 2018 edition of One Voice Blog Magazine! One Voice dedicates this month to Black Boy Trauma. When we speak of Black boys, we tend to use statistics to describe where they are and projections to inform us of their destination. It’s rare that we talk in terms of the situations and systemic forces waiting for Black boys upon entering the world … Continue reading April Edition: Black Boy Trauma