Thank You Ruby Bridges

The Problem We All Live With . . . On 14 November 1960 a 6 year old courageous little girl, escorted by Federal Marshalls, was the first African American student to attend an all-white elementary school in the South. Ruby Bridges faced violent mobs of angry white parents and community members to desegregate William Frantz […]

What’s My Superpower? Being Luckie!

I am Luckie Daniels, a Senior Technology Program Manager living in my hometown of Atlanta. Because who I am professionally is readily available via my resume, LinkedIn profile (linkedin.com/in/luckiedaniels) and personal website at beluckie.com, I want to speak to who I am beyond my digital and paper footprint. I am a mature worker. For the […]

Resist.

“Together, we can build a more just and equitable tomorrow.” — Ben & Jerry’s Stand. Believe. Hope. Love. Work. #PECANRESIST is the FLAVOR of TODAY. Thank you #BenandJerrys for making resistance so very delicious and REAL! Support: Color of Change, Women’s March, Neta and Honor the Earth. RESIST the urge to quit good people . […]

COCO: A Story About Borders + ❤

“Coco,” a Story About Borders and Love, Is a Definitive Movie for This Moment “Coco” is a movie about borders more than anything—the beauty in their porousness, the absolute pain produced when a border locks you away from your family. The conflict in the story comes from not being able to cross over; the resolution […]

Never Again . . .

Hi my name is Naomi and I’m 11 years old. Me and my friend Carter led a walk-out at our elementary school on the 14th. We walked out for 18 minutes, adding a minute for Courtlin Arrington, an African-African girl who was the victim of gun violence at her school in Alabama, after the Parkland […]