Tag Archives: Alex Harrison

July 06

What Do You Know About The Black Panther Party? by Alex Harrison

As I become more intentional about reading literature centered around making education for Black students more purposeful, I have been fascinated with The Black Panther Party. Admittedly, I was only familiar with the organization based on what I had heard in the media about The Panthers being radical and wreaking havoc. Conversely, I arrived at […]

May 25

#BlackGirlMagic: Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston – Review by Alex Harrison

Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop gained more notoriety in the literacy world for her concept of books being windows that offer readers a view of an unfamiliar world, sliding glass doors that are a portal to an untapped imaginative world, or mirrors that reflect personal experiences. With recent book bans across the country, it is important […]