Parent Power: Stronger in Numbers

Parent Power: Stronger in Numbers

Parents have the power to #DoMoreThanScratchTheSurface but you have to use that power. Parents, I can hear you in my head: “I am too busy. To be real, I just don’t want to use the effort to get the changed accomplished…. Read More

Got an hour? Come have a seat.

Got an hour? Come have a seat.

Adrienne Holloway, who teaches 6,7 and 8th grade at Carstens Academy of Aquatic Science Elementary School in Detroit, Michigan, said mentors are needed but if people, especially men had an hour she said, come by and have a seat. Holloway said,… Read More

Protests aren’t Polite or Pretty

Protests aren’t Polite or Pretty

Webster’s Dictionary defines protest as something said or done that shows disagreement with or disapproval of something. As defined, the very nature of a protest is not polite because the protesters are demanding a company, organization or group to change their… Read More

Labor Rights is Civil Right

Labor Rights is Civil Right

I celebrate Labor Day by honoring Civil Rights Veteran A. Philip Randolph. He was convinced that unions would be the best way for African Americans to improve their standard of life. He believed Civil Rights should included Labor Rights for African… Read More

Rapper E40, donated $25,000 to his Former Middle School

Rapper E40, donated $25,000 to his Former Middle School

Platinum Recording Artist, Rapper E40, donated $25,000 to purchase backpacks and school supplies for the students at Ben Franklin Middle School in Vallejo, California. He attended the middle school back in the day when he was a youngster. According to the… Read More

Donald Trump volunteers in an UnHuge Way

Donald Trump volunteers in an UnHuge Way

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards told Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in a statement: “We welcome him to Louisiana but not for a photo op. Instead, we hope he’ll consider volunteering or making a sizable donation to the LA Flood Relief… Read More

Campaign Volunteer Roles for the People Person

Campaign Volunteer Roles for the People Person

In an earlier blog entry, I answered a question for Larry, who wanted to volunteer on a local campaign but he likes to work independently. Today, I want to present a couple of assignments for the people person. Phone Banking &… Read More

I received my first email question!

I received my first email question!

Larry, who lives in Ohio asked, “I want to volunteer for a local candidate, but I don’t like to work with a bunch of people. Help?” Thank you for your question, Larry. It was my first official question! I got a… Read More