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Open Letter to My Students

Dear Boy, You’ve got so much potential. Are you ready to unlock it? I am. Would you like my help? I’m here if you need me. Do you know what it means to have someone “in your corner”? Because I’m … Continue reading

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“This Class Will Be Yours”

Well, here I am again, in the internet café, fighting to make this computer work and pounding out another blog post. It has been an eventful week at school. I’m thankful tomorrow is Friday, to say the least. I’m quickly … Continue reading

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Guyana, Where Everyone Has Your Back

I’ve navigated my way through the work week and am currently experiencing my first “real” weekend in Georgetown. The adjustment period continues as I’m still desperately trying to get my footing and develop some sense of normalcy, something that I … Continue reading

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