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3 Signs to Tell If You’re Co-Parenting or Just Trying to Get Your Boo Back

At KidsNeed2, I promote positive, peaceful co-parenting. I coach moms and dad to eliminate the drama, anger, shame and blame, and work on being the best positive parents ever. Together. And then one day I posted this pic on social media. I was surprised at the feedback; folks were tripping. Some people asked, “What does that Keep Reading ?

Why I Ran The NYC Marathon In Chains

Dismantling white supremacy requires a degree of discomfort from all of us.


The two key talking points that you hear right now among Black Atlantans: The 40 year streak of BLACK MAYORS will come to and end UNLESS BLACK PEOPLE RETURN TO THE POLLS in December to VOTE AGAINST MARY NORWOOD - the SUSPECTED REPUBLICAN...Show More Summary

Banque des Etats de l'Afrique Centrale: My Eye Opening Lunch With My Friend From Africa

After monitoring the growing row over the botched French raid in Mali that killed 11 Malian soldiers I printed out these two artifacts and then asked my friend from Cameroon, West Africa to go to lunch with me to talk about what is going on in the region. Show More Summary

9th Wonder on a "Tale of Two Albums": Nas, De La Soul & How Underground Hip Hop Started

'Hip Hop celebrated the 20th anniversary of Rawkus’ influential release Soundbombing Vol. 1 this October. Soundbombing is credited with starting an indie rap revolution. It was billed as the ultimate guide to underground Hip Hop, which at the time, was a relatively new concept. Show More Summary

Nnedi Okorafor: "My science fiction has different ancestors -- African ones"

'"My science fiction has different ancestors -- African ones," says writer Nnedi Okorafor. In between excerpts from her "Binti" series and her novel "Lagoon," Okorafor discusses the inspiration and roots of her work -- and how she opens strange doors through her Afrofuturist writing.' -- TEDGlobal 2017

Can a Marriage Survive Infidelity That Results in Childbirth?

Dear Dr. Buckingham, I was reading one of your articles online at ‘Black and married with Kids’. I have a question and or need some direction on where to go for help in restoring my 2 year old marriage. My husband told me of the affair 2 days post our annual anniversary trip with two Keep Reading ?

Married in the Military: 8 Key Questions Every Military Marriage Should Ask

By Michael and Myra Holmes Making a marriage work is hard…and the challenges are exponentially compounded in military marriages. Frequent deployments, separation from your family support group, and the extreme pressures of military life can take a heavy toll on military couples creating anger, frustration, loneliness, anxiety, heartache, and fear. Show More Summary

Constructive Feedback University: As Con-Man-Ists Tim Wise And Michael Eric Dyson Debate TWO WHITE SUPREMACISTS, With Marc Lamont Hill Serving As The Host - YOU MUST NOT ACCEPT THE SUPPOSITION That EITHER ONE Of These Groups Are Correct

In these "Good Guys Vs The Bad Guys" debates hosted by "HuffPo" and others YOU are expected to FIGHT FOR YOUR TEAM.Few people take the step back to note that BOTH SIDES ARE FRAUDULENT.The FRAUDULENT SUPPOSITION inserted by White Con-Man-Ist...Show More Summary

Michelle Obama Says: "We LOVE Our Boys And We RAISE Our Girls". Yet Essence Magazine Refused To Ask Her: "What Did Your Fraudulent 'Obama's My Brother's Keeper' Program Do Except Cause Black Voters To Say THANK YOU OBAMA FOR THE PHOTO OP IN THE WHITE H

THE BLACK STENOGRAPHIC JOURNALISTS PRESENT: The American Containerized Negro was first made to STAND OUTSIDE OF THE INSTITUTIONS OF POWER IN AMERICA and protest for CHANGE.Then when they were shown to be "WE ARE IN THE WHITE HOUSE NEGRO...Show More Summary

“I’m the Head the Nigger in Charge…”: The Legacy of Robert Guillaume

“I’m the Head the Nigger in Charge…”: The Legacy of Robert Guillaume by Mark Anthony Neal | @NewBlackMan | NewBlackMan (in Exile) The above quote is taken from the film Lean On Me (1989), a biopic of New Jersey educator Joe “ bat man ” Clark. Show More Summary

Sociologist Alex S. Vitale: The Only Way to End Police Abuse is to End the Police

'Sociologist Alex S. Vitale explains why the problems of modern policing - brutality, corruption and impunity - can't be reformed away in a capitalist system with only force to offer the poor and disenfranchised, and how only democratic solutions to address the roots of social problems can deliver a safer, more just society for all its citizens. Show More Summary

Why All the Black Kids Are Still Sitting Together in the Cafeteria (Q&A With Beverly Daniel Tatum)

'How school leaders should embrace conversations about race and other insights from bestselling author and former Spelman College President Beverly Daniel Tatum.' -- Education Week

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