As a student at a low-performing Duval County School, and as the son of a 27-year educator who has worked in low-performing schools, Winston Seabrooks has a lot to say—not only about improving the educational experience in Jacksonville, but also how important it is for students to take pride in their institutions and work collaboratively to ensure their school’s success. In his talk, he discusses the proud legacy of civil rights pioneers who paved the way for the current generation of students at Ribault High School, and issues a call to action for them to lead and take charge of their educational experience.
Winston Seabrooks | Bringing Hope and Pride Back to Your Inner City School
When he recorded this talk in 2020, Winston Seabrooks was a high school junior. He is the President of his class and volunteers in his community. He plans to attend college at Florida A&M University and is interested in studying law.