It was the ladies turn recently to inspire and teach our youth during Martin Luther King Elementary School’s 13th annual African American Female Teach-in. Sponsored by the schools Parent Teacher Organization and the school’s governance council, the event–similar to the African American Male Teach-in held last month–is held to expose the King female students to professional Black women and their accomplishments in the community, city and state.
The Teach-ins symbolize the commitment by its adult participants to the collective education and leadership development of Black youth. (left photo) WE Energies Thelma Sias hugs a King Elementary student as she and other professional Black women meet and greet students in the hall on their way to their respective classroom during the 13th annual African American Female Teach-in. (Photo by Yvonne Kemp)
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