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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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Five Ways to Raise Strong and Empowered Young Women (Video)

In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins and Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses discuss how “confidence boosters” help young women to become healthy, productive adults....

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Talking to Your Children about Being Scholar-Athletes (Video)

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Does Your Son Dream Of Going To The NFL?

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Your Kid May Not Become a Professional Athlete and That’s Okay

By Giovanni Zaburoni The percentage of parents who are trying to groom their children to be professional athletes is more than the number of high school athletes that actually go pro, as reported by a recent poll from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. According to…

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The Real Damage Caused by Academic Fraud in College Athletics

By Angela Wills Colleges across the nation are populated with student-athletes who make a major contribution to the university’s athletic programs, but what’s going on in the classroom? Is academic fraud real, and if so, what’s being done to change the effects it has on obtaining a valuable college education? One case in point is…

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Young Black USA Olympic Women Swim Team History Makers

Here is yet another example of #BlackGirlMagic. Lia Neal and Simone Manuel overcame challenges and persevered through in spite of the stereotypes that African Americans do not swim or that we cannot swim. This pair of ladies overcame these racial stereotypes and physical fatigue, and proved to America that blacks do swim and can even…

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