7 thoughts on “That Time I Was Sent to the Principal’s Office for Assaulting a Teacher

  1. Thank you for sharing this with us, Roshaunda. So unfair and unacceptable to have been treated that way by that teacher. Thank you for sharing your story and your light!

  2. OMG, Roshaunda! As someone that went to high school with you, this title really threw me for a loop! I remember the rule. I honestly don’t remember if I ever broke it but I’m betting I did, not that it mattered since I was one of the many white girls. One of the things I remember the most about high school was the lack of diversity. To be honest, moving to Edmond from Lawton, the huge lack of diversity immediately stood out.

  3. I also wish to thank you for sharing your story Dr. Cade! You showed how at such a young age, one woman can make significant changes to right a wrong via purposeful and insightful civil disobedience. Biased laws/rules are not “lawful.”

  4. I too appreciate you sharing your story Dr. Cade! You showed that even at such a young age, one woman can make a difference with purposeful and insightful disobedience. Biased laws/rules aren’t “lawful.”

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