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"The General. Done. *-_-*"
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"Hi Olu, Thank you for your response. Along with Common Core, the #LAUSD's District 1 seat vacancy left by Mrs Lamott is high on my radar. The complexities are daunting. However, your group has my dedicated appreciation…"
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"Hi AJ, Thanks for reading and showing interest in the piece. Here's a reply from CBM's managing editor, Regina Wilson:- "CBM is not for or against it-- just watching to see how this will hurt or help our students-- right now I think…"
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"Im happy to roll along with you Sir *-_-*ty"
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"Dear Olumide Alemoru, You and your colleagues are doing a wonderful work. Thank you for sharing this information. Are you supporting the Common Core curriculum?"
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Just a Community G-GrandMother overwhelmingly frustrated at the progress of the "Marlton Square" Project.
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*~ Freedom Of Ideas ~*

Posted on July 7, 2013 at 2:17pm 2 Comments

To: Mr Keith James of Stop Mass Incarceration & Revolution Books.

--- Since open 'comments' to your Blog are not available---

My respectful 'OPEN' response is just this...

"Guard the freedom of ideas at all costs. Be alert that dictators have always played on the natural human tendency to 'blame' others and to over simplify. And don't regard yourself as a Guardian Of Freedom unless you respect and preserve the rights of People…

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*~~The Family Of Trayvon Martin Seeks Fair Justice~~*

Posted on June 14, 2013 at 4:38pm 0 Comments

My Dearest Neighbors,

The Jury Selection phase of -- "The State of Florida vs George Zimmerman concludes its fifth day. In this clip from day three Atty Benjamin Crump, Esq., in defense and representation of the Martin Family speaks to the Media's unfair characterizations and reprehensible victim blaming rhetoric usually employed to slant "Public…

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*~Celebrating Summer~*

Posted on June 12, 2013 at 5:19pm 1 Comment

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At 10:51am on July 11, 2014, Olumide Alemoru said…

Hi AJ,

Thanks for reading and showing interest in the piece.

Here's a reply from CBM's managing editor, Regina Wilson:-

"CBM is not for or against it-- just watching to see how this will hurt or help our students-- right now I think it will hurt them in districts where parents are not involved."

Rgds

Olu

At 3:56pm on August 5, 2011, Eric L. Wattree said…

Thank you, AJea.

 

I look forward to getting to know you as well. I have a feeling we're in for a very interesting political season. I can hear the MLK-like quiver in Obama's voice, so campaign season must be upon us. It will be interesting to see if his rousing oratory going to become a liability for him this time around - it might just remind people of how thery were bamboozled during the last campaign.

 

Eric

At 7:05am on July 15, 2011, enhager said…
AJea - OMG - you are taking students to China on an exchange trip! I invite and encourage you to be a guest blogger while you are way and when you return (as well as your students). This is something people should know about - and we are so proud that you're from Crenshaw High. Please consider sharing the story when you can - short observations and a photo would be great (I don't know if I'll ever get to China!). http://www.leimertparkbeat.com/profiles/blog/new. Let me know if i can help!
At 3:18pm on April 19, 2011, enhager said…
Thanks Ajea for the kinds words and for getting involved. We value everyone's voice. If you know of people who would benefit from, and add to our community, please invite them using the link in the menu bar above.
At 1:11pm on April 17, 2011, Ralph McKnight said…

thanks for the welcome AJea L

looking forward to seeing how this site develops.

 
 
 

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