Friday, February 21, 2020

Tag: black parents

In the Face of Racism and Poverty...

Those who argue the practice of racism is weakening, cite the reign of Barack Obama or the increased prominence of Black entertainers and African-Americans...

Having it All: Putting Career First Doesn’t...

By Kalyka The conversation about the challenge women face, choosing between career and family life, is decades old. Women tend to delay childbearing in favor...

Building Wealth: Tips for Teaching Your Children...

By Tamiya King There are several aspects of effective parenting, and one of the most important is teaching children how to save and spend money....

Together Again: Practical Ways to Have Quality...

By Tamiya King A number of people have to maintain a busy schedule every day, which leaves little time to spend with children and significant...

African-American Parenting With a Purpose: Turn Off...

By Brother Victorious As a middle school educator in a predominantly African-American community, I come into contact with many parents who are working to raise children...

Parenting With Pain: How the Parents of...

When Machelle Garland first heard that the Staten Island grand jury wasn't indicting police officer Daniel Pantaleo in Eric Garner's death, she felt a...

Why Are There So Few Black Students...

Just as the Obama administration recently announced that ten states would share in  $4.35 billion in grant money in the president’s Race to the...