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Does your child have to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance in school? The answer isn’t all that complex. It is no. You see in the United States, Americans have this thing called freedom. Freedom of choice is the foundation of democracy. But just this week an 11-year-old in Florida was arrested for standing up […]

There is a nationwide phenomenon of bullying that is taking place and it’s been labeled as part of The Trump Effect. A Virginia study found increased bullying in areas that voted for Trump. That coupled with statistics that Black children are punished harsher than their white peers often leaves Black children blamed for being bullied. […]

Do you know these Black History Facts? Black Fact Challenge: Teach your children one Black history fact each day. There are 28 facts for the month of February. February

If you are looking to keep the children busy while starting a conversation about Black History, download our Black History Month Activity Book and teach your children to color outside of the lines!  In addition, we also have a word search for older children and teens. Click the pages to download and print. Click the […]

It’s been a running joke in the Black community for as long as I can remember that parents will put the cable bill in their child’s name, usually because the parent doesn’t have credit established or has poor credit. That is identity theft, even when it’s your child’s credit you are using. What parents don’t […]

Contributed Post: Going through a breakup is hard enough without the involvement of kids. Here are some tips for keeping your kids happy when breaking up. Try to act civil in front of the kids Arguments between you and your partner should take place in private. Try to act civil in front of your kids […]

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