Lillie Mae Jones Hungers for Justice
"Purpose over Popularity" is a recurring theme for Lillie Mae.
She was raised on traditionalist values: Morals, Safety, Security, and Consistency
Hardwork, Loyalty, Respect for Authority, Willpower
Core Areas of Emphasis, Focus and Services
Behavioral Health: ADHD and Autism
Criminal Justice 101: Courts, Cops, and Corrections
Disability Advocacy and Inclusion
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Exceptional Education: The Basics of Special Education in Public Schools
Millennial Caregiving: Dementia & Alzheimer's
Vocational Education: Education and Entertainment
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The Intentional Inclusion of Race and Racism Dialogue in Classroom Discussions
Conversations of race and racism are necessary to address the issue of colorblindness in the presence of White teachers in a predominantly African American classroom setting. This project addresses the question: How will the intentional inclusion of discussions regarding race and racism impact the classroom climate in a setting where the majority of students are African-American and the teacher is White?
Activism and Education
Lillie Mae has spent countless hours, days, weeks, and years searching for answers to the root cause of so many societal ills. She always reverts back to Travis Hirsch's Social Bond Theory and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.