Dear Cleveland by Jackson from Hawken School

April 6, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Dear Cleveland, For a city with so many amazing things contained within it, you are far from perfect. As long as teenagers are dying from opioid addictions, you are not […]

Dear Cleveland by Jacob from Brecksville Broadview-Heights High School

April 5, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Dear Cleveland, In conventions and meetings all over the city, there are many adults who speak to others about ideas and topics that they are passionate about. As a junior […]

Opportunities. by Amanda Lilly

April 4, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Opportunities by Amanda Lilly When people pass me on the street they see a young, beautiful, caucasian woman with confidence that could silence a room. What they don’t see is […]

Dear Cleveland by Michael from Richmond Heights High School

April 3, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Dear Cleveland, There is a lot of things that go on in this city but one of the major things is police brutality. For example, I was walking one day […]

Dear Cleveland by Molly from Shaker Heights High School

April 2, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Dear Cleveland, I would really like to see a change in the relationships between police and youth. Many police officers make false assumptions about youth based on their skin color […]

Teaching in the Age of School Shootings. by Jennifer Thomas

March 29, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Teaching in the Age of School Shootings by Jennifer Thomas I went into teaching with wide eyes and an open heart, determined, in some small way, to make a contribution […]

Dear Cleveland. by Cassidy Yatsko

March 16, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Aloha Cleveland, Cleveland has made a bigger imprint on my life than I could have ever expected since I moved here in June of 2017. A job in the mental health […]

LA to Cleveland. by Jennifer Marer

February 27, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
LA to Cleveland.  by Jennifer Marer Moving from the outskirts of Los Angeles County to uptown Cleveland is quite the change. Among these changes are the obvious: weather, food, traffic. […]

Black Love. by Levite Pierre

February 22, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Black Love at the 2018 Black Solidarity Conference at Yale University by Levite Pierre I’ve been working with EYEJ for about two months now and I love what this organization is […]

Awareness. by Erica DeValve

February 16, 2018 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Awareness by Erica DeValve Those who dedicate themselves to raising awareness about systemic racism and social injustice do important work. There is a unique challenge in the area of social justice […]