Marie Roker-Jones shares some of the life lessons found in ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ and the importance of being open to learning and trying new things.
Sometimes talking to your son can feel like a one way conversation.
What decisions can you make today that can improve the lives of others in the world?
International Activist Gabriella van Rij offers insight into how smartphones can be used to potentially harm others and technology is not to be blamed.
Activist for Kindness Gabriella van Rij shares her mission to get others to pick up the ball of Human Kindness® and be a hero to someone who needs your help.
When the media portrays black males as a liability, how do we empower our sons to know that they are not a threat to society?
Black mothers are expected to be a pillar of strength and courage for their families, often at the expense of their own mental health
How does guilt affect our ability to effectively parent our children?
By responding appropriately to your son’s depression, you will give him the strength to take the first step in treating his depression.
How do our unhealthy habits influence our children?
As we get ready to celebrate Independence Day, we want to know what does independence look like to you as you transition from high school to college and beyond.
The seasons of a boy’s life are like the weather; unpredictable and complex.
Mini pep talks are a good way to impart wisdom and get kids to tune in to what we want to share with them.
Racial disparity presents itself in the most subtle ways. Here’s a glimpse of how racism affects black lives.
If you think the conversation about the killing of unarmed black men and the uprising in Baltimore is only for black parents, think again.
What comes to mind when you hear the word “power”? Does it evoke thoughts of control and abuse or do you think about empathy and compassion?