Emery/Weiner students including (from left) Kate Jacobsen, Maya Levy, Misha Berry and Cassidy Rubenstein sell baked goods to support the Black Lives Matter movement. (Photo: Pooja Salhotra)
In response to the killing of George Floyd, Misha Berry organized an event to bring students together to discuss racial injustice and to raise money for the cause. (Photo: Pooja Salhotra)
The Berry crew (Peter, Willa, Noah, Misha and Aaron) celebrate at The Emery/Weiner School as Peter and Noah commit to play Division 1 wheelchair basketball and tennis, respectively.
THEIR VOICES WERE HEARD The Berry family – Noah, Peter, Matt, Willa, Simone, Aaron and Misha – worked together to help pass a law against distracted driving, which goes into effect in Texas on Sept. 1. (Photo: lawellphoto.com)
STRONG TOGETHER The Berry family – Noah, Peter, Matt, Willa, Simone, Aaron and Misha – are making their voices heard to help pass a law against distracted driving. (Photo: lawellphoto.com)
The Berry children give OLIE (One Life is Enough) bracelets as reminders to people who pledge not to text and drive. (Photo: lawellphoto.com)