‘Hidden Figures” Aldis Hodge On Teaching Through Art

Margot Lee Shetterly unearthed the story of three impressive women: Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn and Mary Jackson. While transforming the story into a piece of non-fiction literature 20th Century Fox discovered it was gold and quickly began the film “Hidden Figures” about their story. Rounding out the cast were the men that filled out of the world of the trio of geniuses, one of those men being playing by actor Aldis Hodge. Continue reading ‘Hidden Figures” Aldis Hodge On Teaching Through Art

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Reminds Us All That Service Is What Makes America Great

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a time to reflect on a visionary leader for social justice, the progress our country has made, and the work we still have to do. It is also a “day on” that inspires service across the nation, for as Dr. King said, “Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve.” This year, we have the unique opportunity to approach service with fresh eyes, and the ability to move toward making a Service Year — in which young adults ages 18 to 28 from all backgrounds, commit to a year of full-time service — a common expectation across our country. Continue reading Martin Luther King Jr. Day Reminds Us All That Service Is What Makes America Great

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