How much does the average person know about Martin Luther King Jr? Though most people have learned about the activist in school as well as his assassination and his famed ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, to properly celebrate MLK day, it is crucial to first understand the context of his life.
Story by: Ayo Awofeso
Image Courtesy of: Mr. Stuppy
Receiving positive feedback in a formal setting is less common for teachers than students. This is something that Teacher Development Liaison Mr. Stuppy sought to improve at the beginning of the school year.
Like magic, giant astronauts, clowns, and alligators float into the sky, tethered by hundreds of people. Clowns, cowboys, and knights handle roaring bears, elephants, monkeys, and camels, all walking down Harlem. Marching bands step in time, filling the street with festive music and cheer. The audience cheers in awe, not sure what to look at first. History has been made.
Ayo Awofeso Staff Reporter 22 February 2022 The return to physical school has ushered in new clubs eager to spread their metaphorical wings, and literal membership. Among these clubs is the African Student Association, sponsored […]