Buffalo, NY Mother Arrested For Homeschooling Her Kids

Buffalo, NY Mother Arrested For Homeschooling Her Kids by Anthony AlleyneFebruary 13, 20179146953 | Courtesy of Black Main Street   There are several elements that make this story relevant. The first is that the school district felt compelled to make an issue out of a Black mother legally removing her two…

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The Children of Slavery

The Children of Slavery For these are our children. We will all profit by, or pay for, whatever they become. ~ James Baldwin   Blacks in America have found ourselves in an immensely precarious situation in which we are disproportionately represented in the national death rate, incarceration, poverty rate and more. African…

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The Black Academic Holocaust: Psychotropic Drugs and Black Students

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This article is brought to you by Elevation & Empowerment 2015. Living Life at the Level of Your Design! Click  Image for more information!       The Black Academic Holocaust: Psychotropic Drugs and Black Students December 20, 2016 | Dr. Rick Wallace, Ph.D. There is 20-ton elephant in the room that…

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Public Education and the Private Prison Industrial Complex

Public Education and the Private Prison Industrial Complex Dr. Rick Wallace,, Ph.D. discusses the correlation of the miseducation of young black males and the private prison industrial complex. He goes into depth to explain the special education hustle and how this hustle is used to alienate young black males from…

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7 Little Known Benefits of Having Melanin Rich Skin

7 Little Known Benefits of Having Melanin Rich Skin Originally Published January 24, 2014 | Posted by A Moore Courtesy of Atlanta Black Star Tagged With: black skin, dark skin, Melanin, melanin benefits   Essential to Brain, Nerve, and Organ Function In humans, melanin is the primary determinant of skin and…

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Farmington High School Student Wins 14 Scholarships Including the Detroit Rainbow PUSH Excel/ GM Scholarship

Farmington High School Student Wins 14 Scholarships Including the Detroit Rainbow PUSH Excel/ GM Scholarship Farmington, MI — It doesn’t matter where you start, but where you finish that counts. Aubrey Perry heard this often from her father, Marc Perry, growing up. But those words didn’t really “click” until embarking…

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Common Core Textbooks Arrive Late and Filled with Errors

EDUCATION    Common Core textbooks arrive late, filled with errors Courtesy of The Daily Caller Robby Soave is a reporter for The Daily Caller.  New York City teachers recently received their new Common Core-approved textbooks — a month late — and they don’t like them one bit. “They are loaded…

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  • Born in Captivity: Psychopathology as a Legacy of Slavery

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