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Mission Statement

Securing Communities of Racial Equity (SCORE) is dedicated to eradicating racism and social injustice by addressing the pervasive social, economic, and academic barriers stemming from systemic racism. We achieve our objective through the development and execution of community-influenced action plans, fostering vital partnerships with community leaders, businesses, residents, and non-profit organizations. Embracing the power of film and media productions, we leverage storytelling as a tool for education, empathy-building, and social change. Our commitment lies in implementing transformative programs and practices that elevate communities beyond the debilitating effects and influences of racism, fostering a future of equity and inclusion for all.

Vision Statement

At SCORE, we envision a society where the legacy of racism is dismantled, and every individual has the opportunity to thrive regardless of their background. We see communities empowered with resources, knowledge, and support to overcome systemic barriers, fostering a culture of belonging and equity. Our vision extends to a future where solidarity and empathy reign, where justice is not just a goal but a lived reality for all. Through our relentless dedication to collaboration and action, we envision a future where justice and fairness prevail, creating a legacy of empowerment and unity for generations to come.

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At the end of my junior year in high school, I ended up homeless. During my senior year I went to school from 8am to 3pm, I had football practice from 330p to 530p then worked from 6pm to almost 3am at a nightclub. 

Everyday in 1st period I would fall asleep no matter how hard I tried to stay awake. I was always a smart kid but my grades began to suffer. It was said by a few teachers that I was just another lazy, inner-city, Black kid that didn't care.  To be fair, they didn't know I was without a secure place to stay; they definitely didn't know I was 17 working in a night club. Regardless teachers should know better than to assume about any student. I cared more than they knew. Despite my circumstances, I was showing up with less than 3 hours of sleep most days.

Attention people! Bad grades are not necessarily a reflection of bad behavior or apathy. Reach out to your students and always see and promote the value within them. After all, they are still kids. 

I started this equity and engagement scholarship as a part of my non-profit organization, SCORE. It is for students that are struggling academically but are still showing up. Help me to make graduation a reality for them. Scan the QR code to find out how it works. I'm not rewarding failure,  I am attempting to inspire excellence.

Never give up on kids, you never know who they'll become. 

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