Author Banke Awopetu-McCullough continues her discussion of her novel, ‘Always Want More,’ as well as her work with African-American students at the junior college level. She discusses issues of institutional racism and other elements in failing school systems, as well as suggestions for improvement.
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Author educator Banke Awopetu-McCullough discusses her novel ‘Always Want More,’ which tells the story of a young African-American woman who struggles through her first year of teaching in the Rochester City School District while also coming to grips with her community and her personal goals. 27 more words
There are many great things happening right now at the Bar! Last night, we had our YLS New Admittee Night at the Amerks I got the go-ahead to change up the design of the blog a bit; we’re in the midst of recruitment for our Rochester Legal Diversity Clerkship Program; and we have kicked up the Lawyers for Learning program! 469 more words
Pittsford girls swim coach Marty Keating was one of 22 winners nationwide of the National Coach of the Year award given by the National Federation of State High School Associations Coaches Association. 215 more words
Here are this week’s standings for the Rochester City Athletic Conference high school boys basketball league, once known as the City-Catholic, along with in-season capsules of the teams at Edison Tech, Leadership Academy and McQuaid. 617 more words