Social Networking safe for kids?

My son is 10 and wants to join Facebook. He tells me all of his friends have Facebook, so why can’t he? How do you allow your children the freedom to grow and become more social while still protecting them from unknown online predators? Or better yet becoming prey to a lifestyle of social ineptitude.…

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March 9th: Critical Race Theory, Breitbart, and What Biggie Has To Do With It

Mo the Educator’s critical analysis of the controversy surrounding Barack Obama’s connection to critical race theory.

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Interracial Dating in Post-Racial America

Is this a post racial America? “Nigger in a Northface” by Legit, illustrates the complexity and turmoil surrounding an interracial couple. What do you think?

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#BlackLove: Check This Video Out!

Great Wedding Video of what looks to be a fun-loving couple

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[Relationships] How to Break-Up: With Complete Instructions

… avoid answering the “WHY” questions because they are traps set up to keep you in the moment instead of moving past the moment on to better soul fulfillment.

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Educator’s Response: Teacher’s Smack-Down on Black Children

I’m gonna take a different approach on this one. Before that though, let me honor this man for handling these two children exactly as he should have. Two adolescent boys squaring each other up aren’t going to pay attention to “gentle verbal warnings” or even stern ones from a seated teacher. Beyond “showing them who’s…

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Is Keeping Cursive Writing Worth the Fight?

Is cursive a dead form of scribe? 43 States have already made it “optional” vs required.

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Phonte and 9th Wonder talk about Love #LLFDP

Phonte and 9th (great to see them hanging, by the way) in a candid conversation about the L word. No not “lesbians” (Scott Pilgrim reference) the OTHER “L” word… LOVE. Check it out.

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