Some Kind Words from Our Supporters
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Shirley Tang is a fierce advocate for students and families in this fight against the school to prison pipeline. The name uCANcomplain alone says a lot and she has the courage to back it up. These days it truly takes a village to deal with all of the potential forces that work against our children's success. So glad that Shirley and uCANcomplain is out here fighting on our side**!
**Shirley: "I am on the side of fighting for the welfare of our children. Because no one, especially children, deserves to be treated unfairly, and no one, especially children, should suffer in silence."
NCFSCDC mission: to provide a vehicle of change for struggling community members that combine leadership identification and cultivation, community organizing and interdependent community development to address current issues and systemic problems of North Carolina. www.ncfairsharecdc.org
I really like this site and think it's time for parents to be more accountable for their children. It's the parent's job to stand up for their child’s rights and be their voice when need be and Shirley is doing just that. If parents are not present they can not keep teachers and schools accountable. Great work “U Can Complain” and I do hope parents can come together and fight for their Children’s rights, education and protection!
It amazes me that hundreds and thousands of children are emotionally and psychologically damaged in the schools through both intentional and unintentional bias and discrimination and so little is said. Adults are Bullies too! Thank you Shirley Tang and uCANcomplain. Seems the only way to hold people accountable is to make their bullying public.
Just the name says it... In a Too-PC world, the teaching on uCANcomplainBlog.com that one CAN ask questions, disagree, complain, teach... is wonderful.
Finally a great place to voice your opinion on helping kids with these type of issues.