Students are SIC of UW: Student Inclusion Coalition Demands UW To Do Better

Nobody starts where they end, within this process, there is always a journey, and in this journey, one starts out comfortable, but then things change. Life changes, and before you can stand out you have to learn how to fit in because things don’t end up as they start. This is a paraphrased message preached … Continue reading Students are SIC of UW: Student Inclusion Coalition Demands UW To Do Better

Reflections on the Museum of African American History and Culture

When at 1400 Constitution Ave in Washington, DC one cannot help, but notice the massive bronze infrastructure before their eyes. There will be birds soaring high grabbing your attention, as they glide pass the National Monument. Below, will be a luxury pond designed to create an ecstatic hymn, soothing sound hypnotizing your ears to stick … Continue reading Reflections on the Museum of African American History and Culture

Badgers Represent at the 7th annual International Colloquium in Ireland

The seventh annual International Colloquium on Black Male’s in Education, took place October 22nd – 26th in Dublin, Ireland. Wisconsin had four promising undergraduate scholars represent the university; Junior Kingsley Pissang, Senior Nasitta Keita, Senior Tashiana Lipscomb, and myself, Senior Paul Jackson II. Moderators for the Colloquium, Chair Dr. Jerlando F.L. Jackson and Co-Chair Dr. … Continue reading Badgers Represent at the 7th annual International Colloquium in Ireland