Who’s responsible for getting women back to work?

Aren’t we as women responsible for our own career paths? Yes 🙌🏽 we are. I would revise this question by asking: What can we do to assist women to get back to work post Covid-19. From an article via, Business of Fashion, How fashion can get women back to work, details how one agency launched…

Frederick Douglass, Yale University, Summer 2017.

As an educator (ELA, History), it was profound and enlightening to know I was selected to attend Yale University this summer to explore the Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass. I have spent a week on campus, exploring, learning and living through the mood, feelings and thoughts of Mr. Douglass. This is a running blog…

Technology issues, Yale Summer 2017, and change.

I am proud to say the school year is finally over. I have been taking a break. Posting more on my Instagram and twitter than here. I was having difficulties with the app. Or, the app was having difficulties and I could not post from it. I love the idea of being more mobile and…

Supreme Court case ruling today changes the “general standard” of educating students with exceptionalities in American public schools.

Today’s court ruling by the Supreme Court has significant changes in the education of students with disabilities in American Public School. School districts in America, can no longer offer  “the ‘merely more than de minimis’ test applied by the 10th Circuit.” This new ruling is a win for parents with students with disabilities. It makes…

Shopping for kids with Autism

In addition to posting about my fashion and makeup pointers, frequently I will post about Lambchop. He’s my son. He has autism. It’s been a journey to say the least. This weekend was a blast for us.  This is a snap shot of his play area. He was excited when he say all of the…