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Successful Black Parenting

Schools across the country are panicking because their funding is tied to graduation rates and test scores. Having too many underachieving students can result in deep budget cuts and lower grades...

When new couples meet another couple who has been married for a long time, they will often ask for secrets to their success. That valuable wisdom can guide you through when times are tough without the first-hand...

We know how difficult it can be to find products with images of people of color and we know how important it is for children to see positive images of themselves in the...

If you’re not talking to your teens about sex, social media will. A new study published in the journal of Nursing Research shows that African American teens who use condoms...

There is a saying that, “When your children are very young, they are on your lap and when they are older, they are on your heart.” This saying should be updated for mothers who constantly worry about...

Ages 8-12 $16.95 Paperback Retail Yes! A book that not only celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture but we’ve got Black mermaids y’all. Black mermaids! And who doesn’t want to be a mermaid?...

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Bullying is an obvious fact that there are some very serious problems that have surfaced as a result of bullying, especially as it affects the Black...

Most of our parents or guardians would agree that dress code in schools is of many great benefits for students experimenting with their identities and looks. It keeps some crazy clothing most students...

“I like my baby heir with baby hair and afros…” but if your baby heir is tenderheaded, you need all of the Black baby hair care hacks you can find. And that’s when we turn...

Products and Services for the Family   Your Keys Never Looked This Good These cute covers will remind you that you hold the keys to unlock everything in your world! They will fit most standard house...

Mentoring, Arts and Crafts for Your Child According to the Smithsonian, “Two hundred years ago, an African American girl made history—literally. She was an indentured servant named Grace Wisher...

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Janice Celeste
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Marta Sánchez
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