If you haven’t heard, the newest challenge trending with pre-teens and teens is the 48 Hour Challenge, where children fake their own abduction to see how much attention they can get. They judge each other by how many shares and likes their missing posts receive on social media. The danger in this particular challenge is […]
Watch The Replay! Watch the replay of the interview with Successful Black Parenting magazine’s Publisher, Janice Robinson-Celeste (host) and guest, Jatali Bellanton, the founder of the youth financial literacy organization, Kids Who Bank. Bellanton is an award-winning author and has gone to more than 137 schools promoting youth financial literacy. Students should know how to balance […]
Vaping is relatively new and most parents and teachers are oblivious to it. “Tobacco use among middle and high school students has been steadily decreasing since 2014. However, since the introduction of the e-cigarette, that number is now increasing, and it is estimated that one in five high school students may now be using tobacco […]
We officially celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday on January 15th. Most children learn about his, I Have A Dream speech and that he was a champion for civil rights but what they really should know is that in all of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s greatness, he was just a normal child, just like them. […]
There is power in our hair. Our natural hair has been a source on angst for white people for centuries. First, they made a law for us to cover up our hair but then we got too creative with fancy head wraps, today they prefer we chemically relax it to make them feel more comfortable as if […]
Contributed Post: At present, the US, the UK, and many other countries are experiencing a shift in society. Everything is moving to online mediums, and we are embracing other technological mediums. People are becoming very much technology dependent, and if you fail to embrace the internet and its possibilities then you will simply fall behind. […]
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