CIA’s Impact on Male Educators of Color

By. Ashely Robinson- Community Impact Intern On March 10-12th Profound Gentlemen hosted its 2nd Annual Community Impact Assembly in Charlotte, NC. The Community Impact Assembly, also known as CIA, is an event that attracts over 100 male educators of color from all over the country to come together to share...

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Black Male Educators Need A Space To Feel Vulnerable and Empowered (And Super Black). This Is It.

by Shamar Knight-Justice on March 8, 2017 Originally Posted on EdAtlanta Less than two percent of our nation’s educators are Black males. That includes teachers and counselors and deans and principals and paraprofessionals and special education interventionists and P.E. teachers and whatever other infinite titles that impact students in school buildings. Two...

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Rezoning: A Cure or Demise

Rezoning: A Cure or Demise by Jared Davis Charlotte, being the second largest school district in North Carolina, has its ups and downs. Some of the challenges include zoning and student assignment. Student school assignments, are directly related to the location of where a student lives. So your zip code...

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Protest Leaks into the Classroom

Protest Leaks into the Classroom by Dominique Stone It is quite tough to recall a time in which social media did not consume the lives of the average person. Whether used for entertainment, business advertisement, or keeping in touch with loved ones, on average, the consumer spends 5.1 hours per...

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