Tales of an Educated Debutante
Satire meets truth, faith meets irony, despair meets hope & this educated debutante escapes the laundry & finds joy in the real bits of a life unexpected.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin There are heroes among us. An eighth grader at Roosevelt Middle School of the Arts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin stepped up to the plate last Wednesday. An exceptional child himself, the fourteen year old pulled out his phone and videoed his teacher, Tysha Chambers, verbally abusing a fellow classmate. His friend. “Your dirty [expletive] needs to learn how to take a bath - shut up," Miss Chambers screamed at the special needs student. It wasn’t until Milwaukee advocate and the boy’s godfather, KING TORY LOWE, shared it on Facebook that any action was taken. The following day, Principal Tiffany Fisher reached out to the boy’s mother, Shalonda Ezell, and told her that her son was being suspended for three days for inappropriate use of electronic communication. In modern civilization, also known as advocating. Shalonda Ezell commented that she was proud of her son regardless of his punishment. "I think it's a sad situation and needs to be brought to light,” she said. The parents of the child who was berated also agreed, thankful for the classmate who stepped up for a friend. Me, too.10 days ago