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Encouraging Our Fathers
Encouragement of our black fathers is vital in their developing relationships with their children. When they have a strong support system in place, and can come and express the things that are going on—even just as men—it allows them to navigate fatherhood, becoming the parent their children need.
Reviving Our Black Communities
The decline of our Black communities began decades ago—many neighborhoods looking like third world nations ravished by war and famine. It is time to organize and plan, and revive our communities, while giving our youth something to fight for.
Looking For Inspiration
Did you ever feel trapped in a situation or stuck in a moment; feeling as though you have missed an opportunity? There are different seasons in life. And in some seasons, we need a little inspiration to get us going. Inspiration is all around us—we just have to know how to recognize it.
In Honor of Our Black Soldiers This Memorial Day
Giving honor this Memorial Day to African American Soldiers that have fought to keep our country safe, even while they fought to be recognized and respected as fellow Americans.
Conversations Affecting Our Black Children
It's time to make a change in the conversations and dialogue taking place amongst our Black children. It is time to stop putting personal issues, frustrations, experiences and placing them on the shoulders of children to carry.
Honoring Our Mothers
It is an honor to know that someone loves you in such a special way, that they would sacrifice just so you can have. It's Mother's Day! Time to let our mothers know just how much they mean to us.
Getting Personal With Your Faith
When you want to know something, do you ask questions? Of course! How else are you going to find out the answers if you don't ask questions? The same applies with our faith. Our faith/belief are personal matters. And if we have a question, then why not go to the Source and ask those questions?
Fatherless Sons in the Black Community
There is more than enough blame to go around concerning the responsibility for our fatherless sons. However, the blame game must cease, and true, sincere, honest, and open dialogue must begin. All children need their fathers; especially sons. Only another man can teach a young boy how to be a man.
Saving Schools in Our Black Communities
How is it possible where there is already devastating poverty, that children are being deprived a school in their own neighborhood? Something must be done to ensure the longevity and excellence in our community schools.
What Are We Teaching Our Black Children?
What are we teaching our Black children? What are we instilling in them? What lessons are we passing down? Black children are owed an opportunity to see past tomorrow; to see past and hope for more than what their eyes can see. It's time for the village to step in, giving our Black children life.
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