Nine students from Courtis Elementary School received
the “Spirit of Detroit award for giving city council president
a lesson in civics and civility. Kierra Bell, a 13 year old black
teen corrected city councilwoman conyers for name calling
and screaming as she called the council president
Kierra Bell sttted this “THat’s what second graders
do.” This is her reply to councilwoman’s name calling. She
was talking about Conyers is an adult and she should
think before she speaks.
Conyers gave the students awards because
she admires their chutzpah. Kierra sure did have her
15 minutes in the spotlight. That’s terrific because
not everyone gets to be in media. For correcting
the councilwoman, Kierra Bell has gotten to be
on tv and radio. As a result of her speech,
people began going up to her to hug her.
THere were even men talking about her speech.
One guy told another to be careful and in good behavior
because media can come out of blue. Yes ,so true
media can pop up like a pop up or just sweep
up like a gust of wind. Well, I am glad to see
she made her grand impression and made it
Bell is wise for her age. Then a guy named
Sam Riddle asked Bell if she thinks Conyers
has learned her lesson? She just asked could
she get another person to answer that?
ANd her closing remark is that she knows
the people like her school and the students are
smart kids so, she hopes the school will not
be on the closing list anymore.
Fortunately, it’s an article of more than
text. IT also has video clips. The video clips will
take you there and help you get more of a feel
for this article. Just like my friend says, kids
should be rewarded for great behavior.
I agree,That’s more initiative to follow that great
path. It’s great to have attention just as well.
If other kids see other kids get rewarded
for what they do, they will often times
want to do great things. It’s just like that,
sometimes adults need some feedback
even if it’s from a kid or kids. Adults learn
from kids. Kids learn from adults. It has
its reciprocal advantages. These are the quickest
clips. A dash in and dash out.