“Learn so you can teach”…

Recently, I went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York city to see the premiere screening of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools. I took a group of girls from the high school that I teach at. I was not sure what I was getting into. Actually, I thought I wasContinue reading ““Learn so you can teach”…”

The Other Side of Self Care Part II: Leaving China, Returning to America

I have written several sentences trying to start this blog in a catchy way. Each time, I back spaced and tried to write something else witty or clever or inspirational. And the reason why none of these strategies worked is because, I don’t feel any of those things toward what I am about to write:Continue reading “The Other Side of Self Care Part II: Leaving China, Returning to America”