Tre Edgerton

  • February 2, 2018By Tre Edgerton

    As we enter the Black History month we must be reminded of the true history of the black experience, both good and bad. This month we should celebrate the trials and tribulations of our ancestors, but remember that there is still work to do. First things first, I am unapologetically BLACK  My cultural roots uplifted

  • January 6, 2018By Tre Edgerton

    As a Black young male living in America, I am a part of an endangered species, and that needs to be changed. We as a society have become ignorant to the constant aggression toward African Americans in modern times, and it must stop now. Brother, why you dying in yo momma’s arms By men who

  • December 31, 2017By Tre Edgerton

    This past year was rough. However, personal growth is the best kind of development, and I wish to share some of mine. Now that the last page of the book of 2017 was turned I believe I should go over what I’ve learned First, I’ve learned that black lives don’t matter Not when 221 unarmed

  • December 14, 2017By Tre Edgerton

    Being of the few black males in my school system, I felt alone and earmarked to fail. Walking down the school halls I felt alone The only brown kernel in a maze of white popcorn I sheltered myself within the confines of my brain “Speak only when spoken to” “Do the absolute minimum” “Don’t offend anybody” Mottos

  • December 8, 2017By Tre Edgerton

    When I think of Christmas, I think of family. During this turbulent time in our nations history, it is nice to have a moment, a break in time, where you can simply forget about the world’s problems and just live. This is for the families that may have it rough but  have always had just