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Morgan Hankston is a community educator with a commitment to the enrichment of K-12 leaners of the Afrikan Diaspora. After serving as an educator for the Corona Norco Unified School District for over 9yrs, she has combined experience in education and homeschooling to help bridge the gap of assisting families in the transition to private home education.

As the founder of Kuumba Village, her rich and diverse academic background has shaped a dynamic micro-school that allow learners to flourish academically, socially, and emotionally through relevant cultural studies with the guidance of passionate educators that supports individual creativity.




She is fondly called Dr. Roy by her students. A teacher by profession and passionate about Science and Math and have studied in Canada and in India. 
She lives at Eagle Glen in Corona with her family of three. A mother to an 11year old son who is in the 6th Grade at Woodrow Wilson. She also has a 2 year old German Shepherd.
She enjoys dressing up in her cultural traditional outfits. She loves long drives off the PCH and often she goes to watch the sunset with her family on the Lake Matthews close to her house.

Her hobbies are singing, playing instruments, gardening, cooking and she is very passionate about organizing stuffs around her.

Dr. Ishita Roy



Bilingual educator and mental health professional specializing in political studies and international studies, domestic violence, children and adolescents and multicultural families with biracial trauma. She obtained a BA in political studies/international studies and Spanish from Meredith College, and an MA in counseling psychology, generalist concentration from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington, D.C. Sakeena travelled to Kigali, Rwanda during her Master's program to study genocide and trauma in Central Africa. After graduation she has served the multicultural community in the San Francisco Bay and has recently moved to the inland empire to continue her work in racial equity and social justice.

Sakeena Abdulraheem 

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