Black Fathers Speak on Getting Our Kids Home Safe at Night

4 Entrepreneurs, an Olympian, one retired military, all married with 9 kids between them, these brothers will do what it takes in order to maximize the probability that their children will make it home safely every night. Take a listen. Participants: Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – CoffeewithRhadi.com Be Moore – EatingForAbs.com Dwayne Meekins – Gametruckparty.com/charlotte Tru…

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Ooh Kill ‘Em!: Black Male Mentoring and Fictive Kinship

I love the South.  I love country folks.  I love country Black folks from the South.  I have two of them for parents.  And if you have them southern roots (pronounced “ruhtz”) like I do, you probably have more “play cousins” than you can count. “Play cousins?” For those of you without it, I’ll give you…

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A School is Always Teaching: What Deborah Brown Community School Taught One Little Black Girl

If you haven’t seen it yet, here is the news story about 7-year-old Tiana Parker. She’s a former student at Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Deborah Brown Community School, whose father ultimately pulled her out after being repeatedly told by the school to change his daughter’s hairstyle. Tiana’s dreadlocked hair was in violation of the school’s dress code…

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Omar McGee is Bringing Financial Literacy to South Central LA

My name is… Omar McGee.

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Parenting: Tackling ADHD

Seven Tips to Prepare Your Child with ADHD for the School Year

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Teaching kids the value of money

Teaching kids the value of money is important, but making them earn their money is even more important. Money gives kids decision making opportunities and teaches them not to be wasteful. Childhood chores provides kids with an appreciation for the things that they have, a sense of accomplishment for the things that they have achieved,…

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Happy Baby…Happy Couple? What men aren’t talking about…

It’s been weeks since your delivery and yes, everyone’s happy about the delivery of the new born baby!  But daddy wants his wife back. However, we as new mothers are struggling to keep the house clean, keep dinner on the table, prepare breakfast half asleep, juggle household schedules, get the kids hair combed, daily lunches…

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How You Can Avoid The Seven Year Itch…

Ive been with my husband for 15 years and married to him for 9 of them. I don’t pretend to know what makes a perfect marriage, actually I don’t that a perfect marriage exists. But I do know that we have spent the last 9 years together 24/7 and we still like each other! I…

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