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  • Trauma and Healing
Sheryl Anderson

Living and existing in the past sixteen months of a global pandemic has been an unprecedented experience. Months on end filled with fear, uncertainty, and unpredictability can be exhausting. If you add the growing racial intolerance and blatant and bigoted racial attacks on the minority and underprivileged populations we have a climate of growing paranoia, abuse, and trauma

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  • Confronting Fear and Hate
Sheryl Anderson

There is a constant state of fear and hate, and unbridled trauma is the side effect. Some of the trauma and fear stems from the global pandemic of the spread of Covid-19. These factors have brought on a rise of racial attacks amongst the minority population, especially among our Asian American & Pacific Island communities.

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  • Pride
Sheryl Anderson

Black History Month. Carter G. Woodson, is the Father of Black History, an African-American historian, who wrote black Americans into US history. The month of February marks Black History Month, a federally recognized, nationwide celebration that calls on all Americans to reflect on the significant roles that African-Americans have played in shaping the United States history. 

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January 2021
  • Bravery
Sheryl Anderson

This month’s blog is dedicated to the bravery and fortitude of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all the participants of the civil rights movement.

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Mrs. Marta Rhea-Johnson

It is with great joy and responsibility that we at De La Salle Collegiate are charged with educating the future.

We know that our graduates are going to be leaders, innovators, and changemakers.

Mrs. Marta Rhea-Johnson, the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, is a member of the school-wide leadership team and oversees the development and implementation of programs and services that promote diversity within the entire school community