My supervisor, Heidi, gave me a handful of Pumpkins for my Literacy class. Each student was able to get one.
Before I handed the pumpkins out, I did a science project that I got off pinterest called pumpkin-cano.
They had so much fun that when it was time to play, most of them wanted to keep doing science.
A quick group picture. We were in the middle of doing an experiment.
This photo was taken after the northeastern storm, Sandy, at a gas station in the Bronx.
His name is Charles. He is from Ghana. And this is his Story.
I was born healthy. However, at the age of 3 I got a disease called Polio. There were a lot of people catching it and dying. My mother took me to the doctor who gave me a shot which probably prevented death but left me crippled. I’ve been walking with crutches all my life.
I came to America a few years ago to get an education. However, I am not in school currently because I overstayed my visa. Now I am working to become legal so I could apply to school. After I finish school, I plan to go straight back to Africa. I don’t want to live in America.
Yes, education is much better in Africa but it’s also expensive. Here, in America, anyone can go to school. All you need is determination. I want to go to an university on the internet and get a free education.
With the education that I obtain, I would be able to help my people out more. I am the director of an non-government organization. With my organization and education background, I will be better off. My organization helps people with disabilities and those affected by disasters. It also has an orphanage, farming and tourism.
I aim to go to school for journalism and with a radio and TV background would be able to publicize my organization. I would like my organization to be between America and Ghana.
I have five children and my wife died in March.