This generation is the generation that can change the status quo.
In the autumn of 2003, I was asked to represent the Chapel Hill-Carborro City Schools district at a conference for high-performing minority students across the country. After my first conference, my presence was requested two more times, one conference being in Princeton, NJ and the other in Cambridge, MA. On my travels, I met some driven, … Continue reading Leave a Legacy
Being that, within under 50 years, this nation will be a nation predominantly comprised of what are now racial minorities, this December 9th Washington Post article by Michael A. Fletcher addresses a very serious issue. If it isn't rectified intentionally and with haste, who is to say that our government won't be paying to keep these individuals living … Continue reading Many blacks and Latinos have no retirement savings, study shows