#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis try to crush your spirit? When I set out to post daily for 30 days, I thought it would be a cakewalk since I have basically been working remotely from home, and with 1,440 minutes in a day, I just
#CrisisProvesCharacter: Has a crisis become your crusade? ——– There’s nothing more painful for a mother than the loss of her child. Trevaun Romero Holloway, 16, was an athlete and honor roll student with a 4.0-grade point average. His mother, Dawndria Murray, a former high
#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis storm into your life?—- Life happens to all of us and the most important thing is not to panic because storms don’t last. It’s critical that during the storm is to hunker down and hold on as your life depends
#CrisisProvesCharacter: How can crisis unfilter you? (DAY 26/30) There have not been too many moments in the history of the United States where a Black man could speak unapologetically about the African American experience without fearing white backlash and persecution in the media.
#CrisisProvesCharacter: How REAL is your community during crisis? There’s a saying that goes “when you own something, you’ll take better care of it.” The killing of George Floyd has sparked national and international protest but it has also given way to opportunists that
#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis try to crumble your cookie? It definitely goes without saying that 2020 is going to be a year to remember. Like generations before us would talk about the Great Depression, Vietnam, or the Civil Rights movement. The COVID-19 pandemic has