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Black Children and Foster Care
While researching the ins and outs of foster care, it was well noted the high rate of African American children that enter the foster care sytsem, the longevity of their stay, and the difficulty of placing them or having them adopted. Educating oneself is key to helping...
A day to celebrate the women in our lives. Our mother's are precious, and deserve to be recognozed for all that they do.
National Foster Care Month
May is the national Foster Care month. It is estimated that nearly 600,000 children are now in the foster care system. Thirty-five percent of those children are African American. Learn more about what we can do change lives, one child at a time.
Black Women and Obesity
Obesity is at an all time high in America. For the African American woman, the rate is the highest, attributing to astronomical numbers in the cases of diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, cancer, and heart disease. What can be done to change this?
Black In America
What does it mean to be Black in America? Are we any closer in living the dreams of our grand parents? Has Dr. King's Dream been fulfilled?
Marriage & The Black Family
How does one begin to work on a marriage, when they feel that it may already be too late? What steps can be taken, before deciding on a divorce? What is the worth of marriage? There are reports that the divorce rate is down. That is not so amongst African Americans...
Diabetes & The African-American Woman
Diabetes...a disease that is especially on the rise in African American women. If left untreated, it can lead to death.
Sign up for African American Culture Newsletter
Sign up for the African American Culture Newsletter. Are you interested in current events, history, the arts and humanities? Are you looking for a new recipe, or a recommendation for a good book? How about interesting chats with people like yourself? Then sign up for our Newsletter today.
State of the Black Church
Questions are looming concerning the state of the Black Church and what is preached on Sunday's. What does church mean to the Black community? The Church was more than a place for services; it was a social hub.
There is Power in Your Vote
Everyone has an opinion; but not too many vote or, are even registered. There are many African Americans that don't know what a new bill or legislations means to their family and community. There is much to be learned and considered.
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