“An individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, […]
The first African-American Catholic College is Xavier University which opened in New Orleans, LA on this date in 1915.
By taking a knee at this year’s Booker T. Washington Homecoming game during the National Anthem, we are protesting all oppressive forces that seek to silence those that are brave enough to take a stand and voice their opposition to racial injustice wherever it is found.
Anna America spoke up for herself and colleagues who were called racist. A lecture began on the severity of Nazis and Klansman. Citizens were told that when things don’t go our way that we assume the worse and call others racist. That was the most belittling thing I have ever heard them say. The citizens that spoke were intelligent, provoked thought and explained their grievances appropriately.
All students enrolled in the elementary grades at Tulsa Public Schools will continue to receive breakfast and lunch free of charge during the 2017-2018 school year through the USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).
“The young lady should not have been suspended because she was exercising her first amendment right,” says Dr. Anthony Marshall Booker T. Alum and former Booker T. Teacher.
I applaud the efforts to bring student issues to light. What I have heard from some students is that the shirt was created response to taunts and negative comments from students on social media.