Dr. Rowley’s Message
“I can’t breathe” Source for Featured Image: https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/27/us/gallery/george-floyd-demonstrations/index.html
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“Am I your personal driver? Am I your personal maid?” were the most frequent sentences I used to hear. I was a 10-year old girl. I was born in Korea. When I was 10 years old, I was sent to the Philippines by my parents, who wished to give me the opportunity to learn English […]
Some days, you feel like you’re floating in the breeze, just gliding through. Other days, you’ll feel like you can’t move a mere inch without facing resistance. An assertive, thick, impenetrable field. Dominant, insistent, and, ultimately, a restraint. So, when you feel that wave of opposition looming over you, like an emboldened dark cloud on […]
I’ve been in this place for as long as I can remember: bought for a price, named, and kept inside. Technically, I’ve been alive for about 13 years, but to me, it’s felt like 74. The people I live with are really nice. They feed me on time, although they make me eat alone in […]
Dear Scoops Staff, This is your boss. We’ve come a long way. Today is the big day. The thing we’ve been preparing for for months. I hired all of you because I knew you could do this, and now’s the time to show it. It’s gonna be a tough task. None of this is gonna […]
For an unexpected and unprepared venture, things were starting off so well. I walked in front of the crowd and the aversion to fail or falter was far from my focus: I had something to say, and I wasn’t about to get in my way. First off, the things I knew – my name, my […]