Karema Brown has an educator's heart. Her mission is to do all she can to improve the school experience for her kids. This is her story of service, how she processed her complicated roles as a Black woman, educator, and daughter of the badge, and how the dance studio taught her that vulnerability is a strength to be cherished.
Tag: Black Lives Matter
“How Do We Feel Right Now” is available on Amazon!
It is so exciting to see the work you do on a platform you use all the time. I am thrilled to share the voices of those who are are affected - directly and indirectly - by the ongoing grind of a system that is so heavily weighted in other people's favor.The stories shared in… Continue reading “How Do We Feel Right Now” is available on Amazon!
The world premiere of my first play... HOW DO WE FEEL RIGHT NOW a collection of raw thoughts in the aftermath of senseless tragedy LIMITED ENGAGEMENT!! Free of charge! The show link will open on December 3, 2020 at 7:30 pm and will close on December 5, 2020 at 11:59 pm. On May 25, 2020,… Continue reading Show time!
“How Do We Feel Right Now” in the making
It’s the night before Thanksgiving. We are still knee-deep in an amalgam of remote and hybrid education. Opening night is a week away. 5 months have flown by. So much has happened since that phone call on June 2. The call that challenged me to act. The one that in an instant, gave me a… Continue reading “How Do We Feel Right Now” in the making
We Must Be Willing To Learn
The other day, I was looking at Facebook (like I often do) and I noticed a conversation on someone’s post where someone referred to “all the BLM people.” As though they are one and the same, and all evil. There was mention of the opportunities that are available and how Black people choose not to… Continue reading We Must Be Willing To Learn