President Barack Obama is loved and hated for different reasons by whites and blacks. For many rural whites and bigoted racists, Obama is seen as a foreigner who epitomizes the dismantling of white supremacy. Blacks vary in their love-hate relationship with Obama. Some see him as a mixed black man who did not push the… Continue reading Obama, Thank You
Author: Anthony Peña
Anthony Peña was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and attended Georgetown University where he graduated with a Bachelors of Science in the School of Foreign Service. He undertook an opportunity to be a Teach for America teacher in Baltimore, and is currently the Dean of Students at a middle school in Baltimore. Anthony began a non-profit organization called Brothers In Action, Inc. that mentors young black and Latino males in Baltimore. His focus is always about leaving the world in a better place than when he found it.
The War Inside Education
Abraham Lincoln once quipped: “Teach the children so it won’t be necessary to teach the adults.” I became involved in education in my Georgetown University undergraduate career at two local high schools: Duke Ellington High School and Ballou High School. After graduation, I felt an urge to make a greater impact by taking teaching full… Continue reading The War Inside Education