In her own words…
We get to see, hear more on her thoughts about her family, life, and opinion of — well, see it.
African-American home schools are closing the gaps. http://northdallasgazette.com/2013/09/24/over-100000-african-american-parents-are-now-homeschooling-their-chidren/#.Uk88pWypNMU.twitter
Now if we could mobilize our economic power to help support these efforts for those families that are unable to stay at home. 53 more words
The Library of Congress reports 15,000 to 20,000 new children’s books published every year. In 2013, 2012, or any recent year, how many of those showed Black boys as the main characters? 439 more words
This week, yet another inflammatory article about the so-called demise of the black family made its way across my Facebook timeline. Per usual, single mothers had an accusatory finger pointed at them and the author had statistics galore about out-of-wedlock births. 523 more words
The undeniable progress that America has made toward Dr. King’s dream of equal economic and educational opportunity for all Americans was on full display at last summer’s 50th anniversary celebration of the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. 973 more words