PhotoVoice Eagles With Cameras: “Project on Identity” Who Are We? Session Two

PhotoVoice Eagles With Cameras: “Project on Identity” Who Are We?

Session Two

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

No more butterflies! This session I was ready to dive in head first. I knew exactly what I was going to say, I was ready to get student input and show them a good time. We went through the pictures that students took last weeks and were able to see some great work and hear wonderful stories!

Students received homework the night before to find out the history of their name. Why they were given the name, what it meant, and where it came from.

We were also gave students time to brainstorm what photo’s they would take pertaining to their own identity and projects. Although my time management wasn’t on point I’d say for an hour we squeezed a lot of good stuff in and students were able to share openly and freely. Next week we hope look at Social v. Personal identity, take a look at some photo’s from their scavenger hunt and MORE PICTURES!

BIG thank you for Diana helping out and taking photo’s and to Mr. Stowell for making it all happen.

Domonique Meeks
AmbassadorNique Productions

PhotoVoice Eagles With Cameras: “Project on Identity” Who Are We? Session One

My PhotoVoice Project at Northgate Elementary (Starting November 13, 2013)

New Orleans Day Two

Day two of my trip to New Orleans would be fun filled. We’d visit a catholic church, the French Market, eat delicious cheese cake and visit the zoo!




The market was fun. The day was beautiful and I was able to by the exact Saints beanie I was searching for. 






My aunt told me that she wouldn’t mess with the swamp tour, but she did in fact take me to the zoo where we found many children and very few gators.



This was the only gator I saw.. Not sure what’s going on with his mouth.


Who Dat?!

All in all my trip to New Orleans was great. I wish it was longer, but my aunt and I managed to squeeze ALOT into two days. She showed me a great time and I can’t wait to come back for a visit and actually go on the swamp tour. Definitely have to stay longer next time, come during a Saints game, check out a jazz club and just have more time to roam in the city.

New Orleans never fails on showing southern hospitality. It will forever be home and one of my favorite cities. Until next time.


LIFE HACK “Creating Positive Change” (Day Two)

1. Write down 3 gratitude’s each day

The 3 gratitudes I have today are good health, happiness and educational progression. 

2. Journal about 1 positive experience you’ve had over the last 24 hours 

A positive experience in the last 24 hours was meeting our visiting scholar today and having her tell us that we were of great assistance to her. We were told that compared to many other programs we had gone above and beyond in trying to find resources. It is definitely our goal to make sure she has a positive experience here in Seattle.

3. Exercise: No

4. Meditate: No, will sleep soon…

5. Write one positive email praising or thanking someone in your social support network: Not today, but I did write an email to a person whom took part in a project that I would like to start.