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Start the Movement Right From Your Living Room: Positioning Your Black Children as Change Agents, Historians & CreativesWhew! The academic year is finally over and the summer is in full swing. The previous academic year ended in an unprecedented fashion, and left parents questioning the quality of their child’s distance education experience. Considering that several […]

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Juneteenth is celebrated annually on June 19th as the day enslaved Black people in the South found out they were free. President Abraham Lincoln ordered that enslaved African Americans freedom two years prior with the Emancipation Proclamation, but due to the resistance in the South, those held captive didn’t know until Major General Gordon Granger […]

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Your children are paying attention. Our children’s worlds have been changed forever and a scar is being formed on their psyche that will resonate throughout their entire life. Depending on your children’s ages, they know something scary is happening and we as their parents have to acknowledge their feelings. It’s heartbreaking. Parents want their children […]

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This year may not have started out as well as we all hoped for and we may be limited in what we can or cannot do. While you’re stuck indoors for most of 2020, this is your chance to catch up on some reading and Successful Black Parenting has the newest parenting book releases for […]

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Colorism is still alive and well in the Black community. How does a parent build-up their child to prevent colorism from affecting their development?

A group of african american girls in dresses showing the different skin tones of the black community that can contribute to colorism.
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