My Soul is tired. Walking the streets of (Oakland and San Francisco) looking for girls we know have been forced into sex slavery is soul wrenching. As a dad of a daughter….
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About Angela Lee
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Angela Lee contributed a whooping 11 entries.
Entries by Angela Lee
In October StudentReach recognized the best of our students, as Guests of Honor at a fundraising event we held for the Sacramento community. Our students told of how StudentReach has been apart of their life changing experience…
“When we first saw these effects, we thought, wow, can this be right?” said Sara Heller, a University of Chicago researcher. She was speaking on the Freakonomics Podcast on September 9th….
“Why would students sit in a class after sitting all day in class at school?” – Matt James. Matt attended our A.L.I.V.E. Life Coaching seminar this weekend to get that exact question answered….
This photo was taken in 1990. It is one of the most famous photos shot by the prolific American photographer Mary Ellen Mark. It is not a photo from a movie set or a manufactured moment created for artistic effect. This is a candid moment captured of 9 year old Amanda Marie Ellison and her […]
After 18 assemblies in 8 schools with over 10,000 students, today ends with Tracy High School. Thanks to the law enforcement officers, community leaders, volunteers and others that came out to assemblies this week. Thanks to the Administrators, teachers, staff and students – you’re all awesome. Special thanks to the office of Congressman Jeff Denham. […]
Bullying at schools has become a focus for administrators, teachers and advocates of things-should-be-better-than-when-I-was-growing-up. I’m glad to see this. After years of speaking to students
As the parent of a child with special needs, I was told early on that having a special needs child would involve a grieving process. The dreams my wife and I had for our son would need to die and that it would feel like the death of a family member. A few years ago, […]
It might be hard to imagine, but these sharp looking boys live 40 minutes from the nearest paved road or even running water. They are Maasi boys from one of the last great tribal peoples in Africa and some of the young men even still hunt lions when necessary. So how is it that they look […]
I love camping, I love the outside, I love hiking, sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows, staring up at the sky and seeing the unimaginable amount of stars above me, and walking through the woods and imagining how it was before humanity moved in. I learned to love all these things as a kid. I […]
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