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EyeSeeMe Promotes Family Fun & Literacy

“Most of the books that I see at a public library or my school library don’t have many African-American people in them. But a lot of the books here do.” This should not be! Thank you to my friends Jeffrey Blair and Pamela Blair for bringing positive change to the St Louis region. ❤

EdCamp STL at Eyeseeme​

As an educator, I have learned that most students take pride in knowing that they have a place somewhere within the annals of history. Hence, it is my heart-felt notion that Eyeseeme is a strategic learning tool designed to instill self-appreciation, tolerance, and reconciliation of all people among the human race.

Avery W. McNeil, Ed.S.
Georgia Educator


Transformational education empowers the learners to construct meaningful lives built on a clearer understanding of themselves and the history that shaped their lives. Interactive and family-based activities with the purpose of restoring knowledge of self and community facilitate deeper learning and nurture the innate ability to, individually or collectively, recreate the mind, soul and spirit of the child, family and community.

Eyeseeme offers learning experiences that embody the elements of transformational education. Children and parents have the opportunity to connect with the truth about themselves and their rich historical past through shared experiences of self discovery.

Elaine Belanger-Porter,

Author Event: HBCU Made A Celebration of the Black College Experience

Thursday, February 8, 7:00 p.m.

Ethical Society of St. Louis
9001 Clayton Rd., St. Louis, MO 63117
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Seating is limited.

In Celebration of Black Hisotry Month and in partnership with St. Louis County Library, Harris Stowe State University and St. Louis Public Radio...

In Conversation with Marissanne Lewis-Thompson - St. Louis Public Radio Newscaster

Host of NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, Ayesha Rascoe presents a joyous collection of essays about historically Black colleges and universities. Edited by Rascoe and with a distinguished set of contributors including Oprah Winfrey, Stacey Abrams and Branford Marsalis, “HBCU Made” offers moving and candid reflections about the schools that nurtured Black leaders in the arts, public service, business, and more. This book is for proud alumni, current students, and anyone considering an HBCU.

Books for signing will be available for purchase from EyeSeeMe.

Purchase your copy now and pick it up at the event.

Author Event “Legacy: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine”

Thursday, February 15, 7:00 p.m.

Florissant Valley Branch
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

As an ER physician and professor in academic medicine, Uché Blackstock is profoundly aware of the systemic barriers that Black patients and physicians continue to face. Dr. Blackstock’s memoir, “Legacy,” is a journey through the critical intersection of racism and healthcare. “Legacy” is Dr. Blackstock’s odyssey from child to medical student to practicing physician—to finally seizing her own power as a health equity advocate against the backdrop of the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Books for signing will be available for purchase from EyeSeeMe.

Purchase your copy now and pick it up at the event.