Activist educator Bush echoes MLK family values
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was devastated, Ed admitted, sighing, I was no longer confused about what was expected. It took me only a quarter to get that A and back on the team. from Claremont Graduate University. He served as Cal State San Bernardino enrollment coordinator from 1995 to 1998, then joined the RCC staff as an associate professor and student activities coordinator on the Moreno Valley campus. He was student services dean at RCC Norco campus for two years before being named vice president of student services at the main campus. The three schools are now independent schools within the Riverside Community College District.
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Bush, the youngest son of Catherine Bush and the late Lawson Bush IV of Pomona, never considered stepping away from the personal, public and professional expectations of his family. As a member of an activist family that made education, cultural creativity, community service and political/human rights central to its existence in Mississippi and California, he always felt connected and committed.
Bush was born in California after his parents, sisters and brother moved to Pomona from Mississippi. Catherine loved the students in her classes as she did her four biological babies. Lawson IV earned a formidable reputation for tough love and high educational expectations as a Garey High School football coach and dean and assistant principal at Emerson Middle, Pomona High and Park West Continuation High schools.
saying Ed hadn done his best and would have gotten an A if he worked harder. His dad took him off the basketball team with Taylor full agreement.
Although he didn live in the King era, his relatives roles in civil rights, the King philosophies and his parents ideas dramatically impacted Bush.
In California, the examples of his parents and siblings served as guiding beacons for his behavior and attitude. He remembers going to stores and community functions and people thanking his parents for inspiring, nurturing, guiding and supporting them.
Like those who came before him, he never thought of himself as a solo player. Rather, he was part of community and that relationship required he do more than just breathe and take up space.
whom much is given much is required, reasoned the Riverside City College vice president of student services, a social action and politically active minister, associate pastor of Immanuel Praise Hermes Belt Price Mens
was not a job for them. It was a calling, proudly said Bush, a Riverside NAACP Drum Major Award honoree. and the well being of children were the centers of their lives. I saw firsthand, through them, the role a caring adult can play in a child. That caring adult can be a parent, teacher, custodian, secretary, neighbor. Occupation is not relevant. The caring is relevant. Magic occurs when there are caring adults in a child life. a boy, he connected to that caring and camaraderie Gucci Belts and wanted to emulate it. It an example he and his wife, Rialto Middle School counselor and University of La Verne doctoral candidate Jenise Bush, have passed on to their children. Their eldest, Nia, 18, is a Spelman College honor student, philosophy and pre law major. Their younger child, Khari, 17, is a junior and honor student at Cajon High School in San Bernardino.
The Bush family activism began in Mississippi with his grandmother, Annie Catherine Phelums, a NAACP official who worked closely with civil rights pioneer Medgar Evers, hosted Freedom Bus riders and stood courageously against forces of segregation and evil, he said.
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His siblings Rev. La Quetta Bush Simmons, Regina Bush Dean and Lawson Bush V also daily showed him that education and community service helped everyone.
responsibility to Edward C. Bush of San Bernardino, he gladly took it and lit more community service and educational fires.
have a debt I must repay to my family, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Fannie Lou Hamer and those who came before me whose names I don know. Anything that looks like success for me is possible only through the direct struggles of those who came before me, he said.
Ancestral activists didn struggle and sacrifice for themselves, contended Bush. did it with me and future generations in mind. And they didn sacrifice for me to have a fancy title or income. They sacrificed with the expectation that I and others would also sacrifice and make it better for the next generation.
He will serve as the keynote speaker for the Pomona Inland Valley Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 19 in Pomona Pilgrim Congregational Church.
can learn so much from Dr. King courage, selflessness and sacrifice. It takes all of us waking up, stepping back and seeing the impact we can have on others. Dr. King did it and it can be done again, Bush concluded.
owe payment to them, he declared.
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