Dr. Lynda Jones-Mubarak, a retired special education teacher, facilitator, and U.S. Army veteran has formed an alliance with Community Food Bank in Fort Worth, Texas. This alliance was forged in an effort to end hunger in the North Texas region.
“At the same time negative things are happening in the world, there also are equally as many positive things happening”. Will we choose to succumb to fear, depression, and hopelessness? Or will we stand up and choose to use it as fuel for motivation, happiness, and championing the one thing it appears society is out to destroy..."
If we want to succeed in having better communities, better race relations, lower crime rates, ingenuity in the inner city, a generation of people that replaces trap culture with innovative excellence as the new dominant norm, etc. then we must be able to find the most effective ways to reach people of color.
Founder and Chief Operations Officer of Melanin Origins LLC provide a thoughtful explanation of the precepts that lie at company's foundation - Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. Learn more about Culturally Responsive Pedagogy HERE.
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