www.LumumbaSeegars.com Lumumba Seegars grew up in Houston, Texas. After graduating from Harvard College with a degree in Social Studies, he joined Teach For America and taught high school math and special education for two years in Atlanta, Georgia. He currently lives in New York City and works as a singer, actor, and writer. He is interested in the politics surrounding education, race, and identity. With regard to education, he is very much interested in arts programs within schools, districts, and communities. He is interested in how the performing and visual arts express political activism as well as how people construct various aspects of their identities through watching and participating in the arts.
On Father's Day 2012, Black Fathers Need to Stop Being Absentee Dads and Start Parenting
Why You Shouldn't Quit Your Day Job: Confessions of a Starving Musician
Teacher Appreciation Week Is Underway, Don't Forget to Say 'Thanks'
Wyclef Jean New Release "Justice (If You're 17)" Tells the Trayvon Martin Story
On 20th Anniversary of Rodney King Beating, Reexamining Police Brutality
New Year's Resolution: Should I Stay at My Job or Follow My Passions?
A Post-Teach For America Reflection: The Case for Teacher Assistants
What’s Worse: Candidates or the Coverage They Receive?
Teach For America's Effectiveness Rests Beyond the Initial Two Years
Young People's Silence Paved the Republicans' Road to Victory