Hold My Hand

the writing of Sandra Lee Baker Baron

“We do not learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience.”

John Dewey

Art by Sandra Baron

Hi, I’m Sandra Baker Baron,

I’ve been aware of racism since I was a child reared in the South. In 1967-68, I taught English in New Orleans at an all-Black, inner-city school. I learned how my White preferences had given me many opportunities that my students and staff had never had.

My book, MISSED BEADS, is based on that inner-city experience and the adaptations I needed to embrace. The staff and students taught me ways to cross cultural lines. DIO Press will publish my novel this summer.

I re-enter the blogging world, seeking readers of all colors, who also regard concern for equality. Join me in becoming a voice to help unlock the invisible chains still on our Black brothers and sisters.

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Stay tuned for the release of my new book!