Tone’Nae Bradley-Toomer (right) wants people to know she loves St. Teresa’s Academy. That’s why she wants to see it be the place she dreamed of attending as a little girl — a place that nurtures sisterhood and social justice. Her aunt and guardian, Carla Smocks, is co-chairwoman of a parent diversity initiative at the school.
Tone’Nae Bradley-Toomer (right) wants people to know she loves St. Teresa’s Academy. That’s why she wants to see it be the place she dreamed of attending as a little girl — a place that nurtures sisterhood and social justice. Her aunt and guardian, Carla Smocks, is co-chairwoman of a parent diversity initiative at the school. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Tone’Nae Bradley-Toomer (right) wants people to know she loves St. Teresa’s Academy. That’s why she wants to see it be the place she dreamed of attending as a little girl — a place that nurtures sisterhood and social justice. Her aunt and guardian, Carla Smocks, is co-chairwoman of a parent diversity initiative at the school. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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