Media and Press

Black Males Needed at Meharry Medical College-a message shared from Dr. Glenda Glover, President of TSU and her Community Affairs Liaison, Mrs. Barbara Murrell. There is a program between TSU and MMC where the student attends TSU 3 years, then on to Meharry, finishing with an MD or DDS in 7 years instead of the […]
DHS Students have spoken up and spoken out regarding the complaint filed by Dr. Nahmias (former IB coordinator). Dr. Cheryl Nahmias has broken the trust of Decatur High School (DHS) students and alumni by filing a civil complaint in which she listed “racial discrimination” as the basis for her demotion. Due to her complete denial […]
The following letter to the editor appeared on January 8, 2021 on Decaturish.com. Link directly to that post by clicking here. Dear Decaturish, For years, the City Schools of Decatur (CSD) has been plagued by pervasive issues of inequity and racism. Despite a commitment to addressing equity concerns by incorporating equity initiatives into its strategic plan […]
The Honey Baked fundraiser was a great success! We raised $244.
On Sunday, November 15th CSDBPA hosted a fundraiser at City Barbeque Decatur location and it was a great success! We raised $2,016.95 and our group will receive a check for $403.39.
Today was the Opening Day of our Equity Pods! Y’all our kids are amazing! They were so open, kind, respectful, well mannered and just all-around cool kids. The only thing more gratifying than creating a space like this to meet a need and seeing it come together is experiencing it firsthand with the kids. This […]
The following letter to the editor appeared on September 14, 2020 on Decaturish.com. Link directly to that post by clicking here. Dear Decaturish, The parents of Black children in the public school district of City Schools of Decatur (CSD) are frustrated. We’re frustrated by the hatred spewed at Black children by white classmates; by the […]