**Special Announcement** Spring Semester Theme | Women Movers & Makers

We are pleased to announce our Spring semester theme: Women Movers & Makers Dear Community, When March comes around we know Spring is just around the corner but did you also know that March is also known nationally as Women’s History Month? As a school; we are excited to collaborate with a number of talentedContinue reading “**Special Announcement** Spring Semester Theme | Women Movers & Makers”

28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Kehinde Wiley & Amy Sherald(13)

We are pleased to spotlight Kehinde Wiley & Amy Sherald in day thirteen of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald — are the first black painters to receive a presidential portrait commission from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery Amy Sherald was born inContinue reading “28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Kehinde Wiley & Amy Sherald(13)”

28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Annie Malone (10)

We are pleased to spotlight Annie Malone in day ten of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Annie Malone founded Poro College, the first educational institute in the US dedicated to educating African-American women in the black cosmetics industry. Annie believed women would be empowered if they improvedContinue reading “28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Annie Malone (10)”

**Announcing Featured Blogger & Volunteer Grants Assistant | Erin Egloff

We are pleased to announce and spotlight Erin Egloff as our newest Featured Blogger & Volunteer Grants Assistant About Erin Egloff Erin Egloff was born and raised in Lowville, NY, and graduated from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA. She pursued a career in the Los Angeles nonprofit sector, working for Vistamar School, the RAND Corporation,Continue reading “**Announcing Featured Blogger & Volunteer Grants Assistant | Erin Egloff”

28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Jerry Pinkney (7)

We are pleased to spotlight Jerry Pinkney in day seven of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Jerry Pinkney, a prolific children’s book author and illustrator and has been internationally recognized for his contribution to the arts Pinkney was born in the Germantown section of Philadelphia in 1939.Continue reading “28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Jerry Pinkney (7)”