Category Archive: Literacy Narrative

You Can Make a Difference: My First Speech Experience

By Jaritza Dejesus I was another day closer to graduation. My G.P.A was looking good. I wasn’t behind in any of my classes, feeling so at ease. I could literally already visualize my… Continue reading

Summer Days

By Carlos Peralta The meeting place with my childhood friends was always the sidewalk in front of my house.  The sun would always accompany us on our adventures until the moon warned us… Continue reading

Small Obstacle

By Ashley Peeples Reading a book for me isn’t rocket science, but I never knew how hard it was to create a book until it was a requirement in my third grade class.… Continue reading

That Piece of Paper

By Norma Ortiz Teaching yourself something you really don’t know much about is a very hard skill, if you really don’t have the willingness to achieve your goal. In “Literacy Behind Bars,” Malcolm… Continue reading