Tag Archives: peace
“Ladies, lets hurry up and get to class” I instructed a group of 6th grade girls standing at their lockers. “Okkkayyyyy, Mr. Bacchus” the four girls responded as they continued gathering what they needed for class. As Susan closed her … Continue reading
Danya planned on needing all of her furniture once her fellowship at the University of Michigan concluded in the spring of 2016. However, it all wouldn’t fit into the storage unit and some had to be given away. Danya was … Continue reading
I have constantly been asked “what are your thoughts on Baltimore” and I have simply responded with Langston Hughes poem “A Dream Deferred”.
Trina had completed a well written 5 paragraph essay including an intro, 3 supporting body paragraphs, and a solid conclusion. However, all I could do was laugh at her efforts. In her expository writing, she explained why “Mr. Bacchus is … Continue reading
We quietly mumbled to ourselves but no one dared to make an objection out loud. The directive had been given and even though turning off the football game during Thanksgiving dinner seemed un-American there was no choice but to oblige. … Continue reading
I faintly heard “Let’s go AB” along with rattling and clanging of the 45-pound plates while I attempted to reach the proper squat depth. Once my legs were at a 90-degree angle, I exploded up let out a victorious holler. … Continue reading