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Your child’s kinky, curly, Black hair is an asset. Not every child gets to have those beautiful curls that your little one is born with. Notwithstanding this fact, however, is the very nature of curly hair as being hard to maintain and style. Unlike older children, you wouldn’t want to expose your young child’s hair […]

7 Easy Hairstyles For Young Black Kids

No doubt you’re excited about this move. Your wife too has a long list of things that she intends to do in the new city. But have you noticed how your kids have been responding to this whole news of you guys making this move? You need to realize that this switch is going to […]

Moving To A New City – 7 Ways To Help Your Children Adapt to The Change

Encouraging friendship when a child has autism. This is the perspective of a parent on how to make friends.

Encouraging Friendships When A Child Has Autism

Teens and gadgets are synonymous. Here is a list of four useful gadgets for teens that will help them be productive in 2021 and beyond.

4 Useful Gadgets For Your Teens This 2021

Teen suicide rates among Black youth are increasing. In 2016 and again in 2018, national data revealed that among children age 5-11, Black children had the highest rate of death by suicide. For the years 2008 to 2012, 59 Black youth died by suicide, up from 54 in the years 2003-2007. Also, the 2015 Centers for […]

Black Kids And Suicide: Why Are Rates So High, And So Ignored?

by Janice Celeste Years ago, every urban neighborhood had a public swimming pool where children learned to swim. There were few swim classes but many of us learned by trial and error in the presence of trained lifeguards. Today, there are still a few public pools in urban neighborhoods but due to funding cutbacks too […]

Questions You Should Ask Before Your Child Takes Swim Lessons

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