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Great Expectations: The Key to Black Disabled Excellence
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Great Expectations: The Key to Black Disabled Excellence

The children blessed me today! @NCDExecDir @AfAmEducation #AfAmInclusion pic.twitter.com/CBJhpzZgcE — LaTanya Sothern (@Sothernngirl) July 26, 2016 If you have ever been one of my educators and have not met my mother, consider yourself to be one of the best. My mother has always been my fiercest advocate when it came to equality in the classroom … Continue reading

Handi-Caped 
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Handi-Caped 

I love superheroes. Think about their premise: people who are made different physically, through either birth or accident must grapple with how their difference will be seen within the world and whether or not to live hidden from it or to use it for the greater good. People who know me (and listen to me) … Continue reading

Come on Crips, Let’s Get in Formation: #CripTheVote
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Come on Crips, Let’s Get in Formation: #CripTheVote

  The word “cripple” evokes many a negative connotation, but considering it is probably the least objectionable thing said during the course of an election in which a presidential candidate regularly insults minorities including the disabled, it’s time to use what we’ve got: shock value. The debate going on about the tag is irrelevant compared to … Continue reading