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New Book to Heal Broken Relationships Within Black Families

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21 Authors Collaborate on New Book to Heal Broken Relationships Within Black Families

Publisher and lead collaborator Monica D. Reed has released “I Am The Voice: Advocacy for the Voiceless,” a well-written collaboration of stories to bring awareness to breaking the barriers within families.

Nationwide — I Am The Voice: Advocacy for the Voiceless is the latest creation of publisher Monica D. Reed, an author, speaker, life coach, and a successful entrepreneur. This book is a powerful stand for the change of family, relationship, and social issues that need to be spoken on so that people can genuinely discover their true identity, purpose, and self-worth, achieve personal goals and move on to a life that is fulfilling and authentically by design.

 Am The Voice is an illuminating inspiration written for the readers to realize that everyone owns the potential to fulfill their life’s purpose after they have released the weight of their past. This book is a gentle reminder that no matter how bleak and terrifying the road may have seemed, success will be on the horizon when you discover your pain is now purpose. The book leaves the reader to strive to heal from the hurt and to create change, and begin to live a life full of love, unity, and legacy.

Author Monica shares insightful awareness of some of the challenges that we face within our families and community along with solutions to nurture and elevate the mind, body, and spirit. The book has brought awareness to how our past has truly impacted our lives, contributed to how we build relationships but also to examples of how we can use our story by turning obstacles into opportunities. The collaboration teaches you how to face the hurt of the past, heal the heart, use the journey of life to create purpose, and execute your goals. When you read this book, you will see that your obstacles do not define you and you will learn how to pursue your destiny on purpose.

Every page of I am the Voice is written with deep personal touch, such that anyone reading this book beginning from the front to back, or maybe one turn to any page and started reading from there, it does not matter; the messages that this book contains will touch the depth of one’s heart in numerous ways. The book features the bold voices of twenty-one different authors including Martha Davidson, Saniya I. Reed, Afrikus Hart, Felicia Brittingham, Chanel Spencer, Makeda-Armorer-Wade, Alfredia Fuller, Eugenia Yvette, Matthew Santana, Jr., Dr. Andrea Blue, Ph.D., Chantai Rae, Abisola Akinwande, and Tracy Young – all of whom are addressing past challenges and now sharing a victory. One must buy this book to get the taste of inspiration as words cannot describe the positive impact of the book. The book has been referred to as a “break-through in a book.”

I Am The Voice: Advocacy for the Voiceless is available for purchase on Amazon or directly from the publishing company at www.IAmTheVoiceBook.com

For more information about Monica Reed, the publisher and lead collaborator of this project, please visit www.MonicaDReed.com or follow her on Instagram @MonicaDReed

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2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee Champion

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On July 8, 2021 Harvey, Louisiana native Zaila Avant-garde celebrated a historic win, becoming the first African American winner in the Scripps National Spelling Bee tournament’s 96-year history. She won in the 18th round correctly spelling the word “murraya.” Though her win is one for the books, Zalia has already broken some glass ceilings. She also holds three Guinness World Records for her impressive basketball skills.

Since her historic win, 14 year old Zaila has already received several full-ride scholarship offers to attend college. Zaila has aspirations to play basketball for Harvard, play for the WNBA, work for NASA or coach in the NBA.

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The Listening Tour

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KuriosEd is reaching out to faith leaders in San Antonio who have an interest in assisting their mission to drive broad awareness of the current educational system, and to align Black communities with the necessary resources and tools to achieve effective communal advocacy and equal access to education. Faith Leaders are usually the backbone of the community, and their input would be impactful. The event will take place over a complimentary breakfast at 10 am on July 16th in San Antonio. Interested attendees may register at http://kuriosed.org/listeningtour – KuriosEd wants to hear your voice! 

Additionally, on July 15th, from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm, a separate focus group will take place just for parents. During this session, parents will have an opportunity to share information/concerns/feedback about their child’s/children’s education. Snacks/refreshments will be provided and participants will receive a token of appreciation ($50 Gift Card) just for attending the event. Again, for more information visit http://www.kuriosed.org/ or to register visit http://kuriosed.org/listeningtour.

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Apple Pre-Ed Scholars Program

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As a highly regarded HBCU, Huston-Tillotson University (located in the heart of Austin, Texas) is proud to announce our Apple Pre-Ed Scholars Program! 

The Apple Pre-Ed Scholars Program, housed within Huston-Tillotson University’s African American Male Teacher Initiative funded by Apple Inc., provides one year of scholarship support to high-achieving HT freshmen who intend to pursue a career in Education.  

Scholars are selected on the basis of financial need, academic performance, demonstration of leadership, commitment to service, and dedication to pursuing a career in the Education field.  

Total award will cover all tuition, fees, room and board for an academic year. Scholarships are eligible for max three-year renewal, dependent on meeting scholarship requirements, persistence towards graduation, demonstrated financial need, and availability of funding.  

Who can apply? To be eligible to apply, applicants must:  

– Be a citizen, legal permanent resident, or national of the United States  

– Identify ethnically as African American, or Black  

– Identify as male – Classified as a Freshman  

– Be currently enrolled and in good standing at Huston-Tillotson University  

– Minimum 2.5 GPA on an unweighted 4.0 scale  

– ACT Composite Score of 18, or greater; or SAT score 900, or greater (Combined Evidence Based Reading and Writing, and Math)  

– Program of study in Education  

– Demonstrate a strong academic record and evidence of persistence  

– Exemplify leadership and demonstrate a passion for improving representation of underrepresented groups in the field of Education  

– Have demonstrated financial and unmet need as measured by the university 

Attached to this correspondence, you will find the Apple Pre-Ed Scholars Application as well as an informational flyer for announcement purposes. 

Questions may be directed to:   

Dr. Jennifer Miles, HTU’s Director of the Center of Academic Innovation; jpmiles@htu.edu 

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