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18 & over, commentary

19 years after Tupac’s demise, I remember . . .


“Thankful for my first love introducing me to my first platonic love in 1990. Richard told you quite a bit about me and when you finally met me, you treated me like a long lost family member. Discovering I was outlandish as well, strengthened our connection. #StillHurts My soul cousin, I miss you so. #HBDTupac

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18 & over, career exploration, commentary, entrepreneurship, Helpful Links, Resources

How to tackle the task of creating a Wikipedia page for a nonprofit organization


The Dreaded Wikipedia Page and What You Can Do About It:How to  tackle the task of creating a Wikipedia page for a nonprofit organization Working with a nonprofit organization can be a rewarding experience. However, with more and more organizations moving their operations (donations, campaigns, etc.) to the World Wide Web, more volunteer work is

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, commentary, Education, personal development

Before you share on Social Media: 3 things to consider


Consider your personal feelings on this topic. Go onto your social media pages and imagine you’re a prospective employer. Take a look at the postings on your timelines. Pretend you are hiring for a position that requires someone who is trustworthy, hardworking and will represent your organization professionally. You’re scrolling your timelines and noticed an

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, commentary, Education, global citizenship

Istanbul, Turkey is all that!


Istanbul, Turkey is very much a cosmopolitan city- but 98% muslim so mosques everywhere and a few Byzantine churches- converted then into mosques- such a crossroads of history and culture.  I have been imagining Romans, Greeks, Ottomans, Crusaders (burly Germans, aristocratic Italians, argumentative Frenchmen– all kinds of people walking on the stones of the Hagia

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18 & over, commentary, Education, Resources

African-American Parents:Let’s get involved! Home/School Relations


I was asked by my Assistant Principal at my daughter’s school to serve as the Parent Council Representative of the local chapter of the NAACP.  In that role, I am charged with bringing together African–American parents in the school and creating an opportunity to share information, network, and discuss issues that affect our children in the school. In

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