Tag: Long Island Youth
Fabric Designing with Youth at LI School – My Time Has Come Program Senecon Experience
I must note that these students comported themselves quite well, and showed much interest in the task at hand. It is little wonder that I felt like going back to the classroom full-time as a result of this experience. It was nostalgia all the way!
Bridging The Gap: 8 User-Friendly Tips
Madona Cole-Lacy on why citizens of the world should aspire to make healthy connections with one another. “If for no other reason that is remotely obvious to you, you should care because the bliss of ignorance must be superseded by the folly of wisdom if we expect to be treated with respect, empathy and even…
Revving Up and Getting Back on Track
Revving Up Since I haven’t quite decided on a suitable term to adequately capture how I feel, I will settle for one that conveys the most predominant feeling right now. It is with humility that I embrace this time of my life, to reconnect with the world, and make a deliberate and significant stride toward normalcy since the recent passing…
Parenting 101: Counting My Mommy Blessings One Occurrence at a Time
Most people will tell you they do not need to be told how to parent their children. While that may be the case, it is not unusual to find that these same parents have been wired to respond, more so, to the negative or destructive behaviors of their children than to the positives. What is…
Spotlight: A Friend to Youth and Parents
Congratulations to Devon Harris, motivational speaker, author and founder of the Keep On Pushing Foundation, on being honored for his community service by New York’s Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano at the Caribbean American Festival on Saturday, June 15, 2013. Mr. Harris, also of Jamaican Bobsled fame, has for the past two years been an…
The Brightest and Best
The Brightest and Best.