Ashley Paul is a hopeless wanderer, baker, runner, and photographer. She is passionate about supporting high school juniors and seniors to write compelling stories for their post-secondary careers. Her favorite genres are young adult, literary fiction, and memoir.

An Ode to Yvette Henderson

Much is said about the lack of representation of Black stories in film & television, particularly in the ’90s. Television shows like “Sister, Sister”, “Moesha”, “Family Matters”, “Martin”, and “Living Single” showed the plethora of comedies and dramas with the bond of family and characters who embodied independence. Telling these stories through the lens of …

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Bennett College: An HBCU with the Belles of Legacy

My goal is to visit every Historically Black College and University (HBCU). There are 101 schools reaching through the South and much of the eastern seaboard. I had visited Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morris Brown College, and Spelman College, all also known as the Atlanta University (AU) Center, Howard University, Xavier University, Fisk University, …

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