This year in my race and social class at Nelson Mandela School For Social Justice My peers and I have created a quilt that represents Civil Rights protests that happened in Brooklyn. My partner and I were responsible to research the Bibulous Family who protested against school segregation. We looked on different websites such as Brooklyn public library, resources on civil rights and the Brooklyn historical society. I participated in sewing up the quilt and putting various parts together. This quilt has taken us around almost a month to put together and finish. Unfortunately, I was not able to
Attend the conference because of an injury that occurred. I was placed in the hospital for 2 weeks during the upcoming conference for a broken elbow. I feel upset yet joyful not only the fact that I injured myself but the fact that my classroom peers went and presented at the conference which completely lightened my day. If I could have made it to the conference it would have been an honor seeing and presenting in front of different faces.
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