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Black Adventures 1.4 | Unity Cemetery of Rocky Mount, North Carolina Part 1

This past year I’ve been sharing an incredible experience with conscious community leaders from Rocky Mount, North Carolina; the restoration of the historic Unity Cemetery. My perpetual quest…

Black Adventures 1.3 | Stagville Plantation

Historic Stagville still stands. This 1776, wagon Road turned into a booming plantation by 1860. The Cameron Family was empowered to exert control over more than 30,000 acres…

Black Adventures 1.2 | Shirley Plantation

Did you know that the oldest family run business in America is a plantation? Shirley Plantation Launched with a government land grant in 1613, approximately 15 generations later white…

Black Adventures 1.1 | Thomas Day Furniture

My search for inspiration for my creativity led me to Milton, North Carolina. The trip was an incredible experience in fine and timeliness design. Please meet Thomas Day….

Independent Literature Lab | Online Education Pod

As a passionate educator and education reformer I’m thrilled by this moment of change. Welcome to the Independent Literature Lab!  Part of my purpose is teaching students text…

Obstacles

I never thought this would happen to me. Straight like that. I’m going to tell you about the only class I ever failed, because if I don’t nothing…

Outside: Pilot Episode Harlem, NY

Once upon a time in New York City an educator came up with a creative concept to facilitate innovative learning experiences for underrepresented scholars. The educator was tired…

Keepin it Real with Al Sharpton x MJWW 4.30.2020

Collab: T.M.I. x Dane Brown Art

Super excited to share the T.M.I. series featuring artwork by Dane Brown Art! Too much information is never enough when it comes to his and herstory. It is…

Collab: MJWW x Outschool: African American Literature and Culture | Online Class for Ages 13-18

In this on-going course, students will meet with the teacher to read and discuss African American literature and corresponding media through Socratic Seminars. We will practice note taking…