Samajema Davis Obituary, Death – We are saddened by the news of the demise of Samajeda Davis, who taught multiple languages in Horry County and Orangeburg. Sam, a participant on the Leadership Team for the 2021–2022 school year, produced a magnificent poem about Black History Month specifically for our endeavor. Republishing Sam’s writings was something that I felt was very necessary to do. Sam, RIP! Loved! Katie Crook, who is the Director of the SCML.
My appreciation for culture, both my own and that of others, dates back to when I was a young child and has never wavered. The name of the magazine that I subscribed to as Right On was National Geographic. I was really curious about other people and the connections between them. I sought universal values.When my father finished the sixth grade, he immediately started crying. His family benefited from his assistance. The anguish of my father served as a driving force for me.
Every single one of the children I’ve ever interacted with should be thinking and learning, and they should all be practicing critical thinking.I made the most of my interests and passions by giving them my whole attention. I adore my job. I have shared with my students some aspects of my heritage, and I am hopeful that they have gained an appreciation for the notions that everybody is capable of something and that we are all the same. We love, we grieve, and we want the best for ourselves and our families, but the only thing that can never be taken away from us is our education.