The fear of guns, violence, and trauma in the Black community is at an alarming rate. With more Black families becoming victim to racism against their children, the steady rise on this social phenomenon continues. Conversations nowadays are more serious surrounding the dinner table in our Black homes. We are
What the back-to-school guides don’t tell you… The unique set of challenges faced by Black children in preschool, elementary, middle and high school environments require parents to be informed and involved as they prepare their kids for school and advocate for them during the education process. It begins with preschool.
As an African-American parent, you have the power to boost your children’s learning potential simply by making reading an integral part of their lives. For African-American kids, reading at an early age allows them to start their life on a good foot. Why? What are specific advantages your toddler or