Author Archives: Nakia Hill

Ten Years Later: What Have We Learned?

Nakia Hill Spare Change News In the 10 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Americans have witnessed some change in the nation. Beyonce, who once claimed to be an independent woman, is now carrying husband Jay-Z’s child. The East Coast experienced a 5.8 magnitude earthquake. America elected its first African- American president. The

Boston Public Health Commission 7th Annual Book Bag Drive A Success

Nakia Hill Spare Change News Notebooks, pencils, crayons, hand sanitizer, rulers, paper, and folders made every book bag complete for each child who attended the Boston Public Health Commission’s 7th annual Book Bag Drive and Resource Fair. In back of The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Dorchester hundreds of children

The Arts Maven: A selective guide to free arts happenings in Greater Boston

By David Fillingham EVENTS Monday Aug 8 8:15 PM Berklee School of Music Summer program presents 5-Week Vocal Night. This show features a number of Five-Week Summer Performance Program vocal groups, including the Five-Week Chorus directed by Lucy Holstedt; the Five-Week Musical Theater Workshop directed by Rene Pfister, Ana Guigui, and Jeri Sykes; the Five-Week

Educating Homeless Children: Roxbury program gets high marks

Nakia Hill Spare Change News Rachel Strauss, Infant Toddler Teacher, is dealing with preventing her students from biting and scratching, while Carolin Marinez, Toddler Teacher, is reinforcing positive Super Hero behaviors to her students. But what both teachers at Horizons For Homeless Children have in common is they are both extremely proud of the National