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How Has Reality TV Affected Our Children? What Can Be Done?

Have you ever had a conversation with the young people in your life during which you’re convinced they aren’t listening to a word you’re saying? This video can help. Felicia Meadows has 15 years of experience in counseling young people and encouraging them to take control of their careers. In this down-to-earth conversation, Meadows speaks with Dr. Boyce Watkins…...

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Educational Responsibility: Why Does Your Child’s Success Depend On It? (Video)

[fvplayer src=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/ybevideos/Melody+Bradley+on+2015-10-25+at+17.01+For+Internet.mov”] Educational responsibility may be a term that is unfamiliar to most parents, yet it could be the key to your child’s success in school. Melody Bradley discusses the meaning of educational responsibility and how to instill it into your children. The ultimate goal is for students to be successful, life-long learners. Melody also…...

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Meet the First Black Female President of an Ivy League University: Ruth Simmons

By Angela Wills As a young girl, Ruth Simmons had a simple goal: she wanted to work in an office. In 2001, that simple goal turned into much more. Simmons became the first African American woman to hold the position of president at an Ivy League institution, the prestigious Brown University. Simmons was born in…

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Promoting Academic Responsibility in Our Children

Being responsible is a characteristic that can help young people succeed in school and throughout their adult lives. Educator Melody Bradley talks about the importance of teaching our children to take responsibility and ownership over their own learning. Bradley discusses ways that parents can learn how to empower their children, and the implications of teaching…...

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From the Library: Bucking the Sarge

Christopher Paul Curtis wrote an amazing book for black readers, [easyazon_link identifier=”0440413311″ locale=”US” tag=”youblawornet-20″]Bucking the Sarge[/easyazon_link]. The novel is about Luther T. Farrell, a fifteen-year-old boy who lives in Flint, Michigan. The central theme of the book is perseverance and focusing on goals. The readers will be moved and inspired by the young boy’s courage…...

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16 Year-Old Sets World Record as Youngest Black Pilot to Fly Solo Over Continental US

Is that a bird in the sky? Is it Superman? Nope. It’s none other than Isaiah Cooper, a 16-year-old from Compton, California. Why take notice of Isaiah Cooper? Because he made history! Cooper became the first black person to fly solo across the continental United States. Cooper spent two weeks on his continental journey. He…

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