It is true, we don’t need racially motivated slurs or speeches in this city. But let’s dig deeper into this issue. Ask yourselves this question, would councilman Michael Jackson be so fiercely targeted if he had been backing a certain agenda?
As we prepare for a new school year, I want to take the time to personally thank each and every teacher in our school district.
I wish to address a hot button topic that has gripped the heart of community. Just to refresh the readers, during a recent city council workshop, we all gathered in the council chambers to find out if there were any new developments in Jameek Lowery’s case. We were informed by council president Maritza Davila that…
As a longtime resident, former elected school board commissioner and activist, I was delighted to hear that my good friend, Mr. Charles Florio secured the votes needed to begin breaking ground at the old Paterson Armory site.
I read an article this morning online that stated a NJ Appellate Court struck down a requirement that students must pass two state exams before they can graduate high school. Since 2015 I have been on the front line with many state education activism groups like Save Our Schools NJ & NJ Kids and Families…
First, I’d like to congratulate the winners of the 2018 Paterson Board of Education election. Secondly, I want to address those who voted for me. I certainly didn’t get enough votes to return to the school board. However, I couldn’t be prouder of all of you for supporting me!
Throughout the city of Paterson there’s been an echo. It started out as a whisper back in 2016, then it grew to a chant in 2017 before eventually becoming a clarion call in 2018. People want me back on the school board.