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Sound Recording: "Declaration of Independence"

This poet was in her late twenties when she read her first Samuel Coleridge… and took up her pen…

“Declaration of Independence” (4:05)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_RqE0YyNmj-9iuF1133gNpyCRyPJjYXR/view?usp=drivesdk

Poems

Matter of Balance

Mercy Housing sees providing a home as just the beginning while serving seniors and residents with chronic disease. Matter of Balance is a two-year pilot project catering to preventing and educating at-risk populations about falling — a major risk associated with aging and illness. 122 more words

Main News

We don't always get what we want

Sometimes I think we are so lucky at our school that it has been really easy to advocate for H. But we don’t always get what we want. 611 more words

School Experiences

CBF Advocacy Update - February 2018

DACA/DREAMers

March 5, 2018, is President Trump’s deadline for congress to pass a permanent solution for over 800,000 young immigrants. Each day 122 DREAMers lose their status. 648 more words

General CBF

A Valentine's Day Massacre

The number of times I have read an article or blog post, only to think, “I could have written this myself,” must number in the hundreds, at least. 866 more words

Be The Change

Alabama's 'Failing' Schools: Inside The State's New and Secret Ranking System (2013) -#iBelieve- 2018

Challen Stephens | cstephens@al.com 

August 01, 2013 at 11:20 AM

Alabama, by law, must now rank all public schools based on reading and math skills. It’s the only way to determine which schools are “failing.” 1,017 more words

Being an Entrepreneur for a Year

During my senior year of college, a small group of us created a jam and jelly business for a class. This was the first time to actually “do” everything I learned in my agricultural business classes. 637 more words

#agriculture