WAVE - JCPS school board meeting rescheduled — with no public comment section The new meeting will be held at 2:15 p.m. Thursday at the Vanhoose Education Center. On the agenda is the recommendation to approve the "test-to-stay" protocol, despite this program not being recommended or endorsed by the CDC. What they're saying: "At… Continue reading JCPS School Board Meeting Today
LOUISVILLE, KY - There were over 30 individuals signed up as guest speakers at Tuesday night’s school board meeting, but only about six were able to be heard before the chaos erupted after a white women, who had come at the invitation of Beanie Geohegan, a known right-wing radical, changed her seat in order to… Continue reading White Female Domestic Terrorist Threatens Black Mother, Causing JCPS School Board Meeting to Be Abruptly Canceled
A top story out in today's Courier-Journal reveals a sordid history of abuse, misconduct and denial, inside and outside of the classroom for William Bennett, the Science teacher at Moore High School who was recently involved in an altercation with a student after telling him he was just going to be "another Black boy shot."… Continue reading White Teacher to Student: “You’re Just Going to Be Another Black Boy Shot”
On November 22, the same night young Movement leader Travis Nagdy was murdered, another innocent life was taken. This time at the hands of LMPD. Moments before Nagdy was shot twice -- once in the head and once in the abdomen -- and left for dead in the middle of a busy Louisville street, an… Continue reading Brian Thurman’s Story
This message was sent via email to Board Member James Craig on Dec. 1, 2020, ahead of the Work Session on the Student Assignment Plan proposal discussion. Good evening, James, I wanted to reach out as your constituent, first to congratulate you on the tremendous strides toward equity and racial justice that the district is… Continue reading Re: Student Assignment Plan Proposal
Imagine a world where ALL children feel safe in their schools and not fearful of becoming the next victim of racial profiling or police brutality. Help us get the message to those who have the power to correct the injustices that our BIPOC students across this nation face every day. Philadelphia Student Union Representatives write:… Continue reading We Support Philly Students’ Demands!