Celldweller journal: Actions speak louder than words – entry 8

Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

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Levert III "Sekou" Brookshire Arizona Word Count: 310 Author: Sekou Jamaa Askari date: 8-8-13 Celldweller Journal: "Actions, Speak Louder Than Words" "Black August Essay's" (Entry Eight) We can't afford, to underestimate the importance and value of building our future generations, 'school' systems. Inorder to prepare our young children, for tomarrow's challenges. Many of those young children are being 'pushed', 'enticed', 'tempted' and 'seduced' intothe streets awaiting arms. Destined to fall into the 'criminal' lifestyle, which50 is the feeder system, for these places, 'poor man's' college. Where, majority of prisoner's only 'sink' deeper into crime, once they do finally get here, talent's born wither & die. For us, unfortunately 'prison-cells' will have to become 'classroom's' too. The celldweller's, who faced difficulty navigating the academic world, 'outside', because50 our expectation's, desires became more basic, to just 'survive'. As, our expectations 'lowered' ambition destroyed, 'crime' became a more attractive magnet for us. For those of us, who come into this world at the bottom of the social food chain, those who are disposable people, to the status-quo, the Bottom50 of the Barrel, so to speak. Our schools, colleges, and university's are wherever we make them at. 'Kitchens', 'garages', 'living rooms', 'street corners' and 'prison cells'. Where ever a 'Book' can be 'read', that is the school. Our society, is undergoing a complete shift, into complete and total computerization. Even50 currency is slowly being phased-out, replaced by digital currency. Computer literacy will be required just to function in society, and adapt to these technological changes. We will have to prepare ourselves and the next generation, equipped with the proper tools needed to function in, an 'advanced' world. Educational systems50 must be re-fitted with current computer-models. The language of software must be taught with the language of hardware, (nomatter) our whereabouts. My school has been prison cells. Not, because the state, but in 'spite' of the state. Books, literature, and information is what makes the school into a school, not the 'buildings' people may read them at, or study them at63 . Levert "Sekou" Brookshire 313 Words. The CellDweller

Author: Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

Author Location: Arizona

Date: August 8, 2013

Genre: Essay

Extent: 1 pages

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