|The Florida State Seminoles and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets during the 2014 ACC Championship Game Picture Courtesy Wikipedia | By Thomson200 - Own work, CC0,|
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Discover How New NCAA Ruling Will Economically Boost Blacks By Award Winning Entrepreneur Chuck Starks
Vietnam Veteran, Dr. Charles L. Singleton
He subsequently attained a Master's in Business Administration (MBA degree), from George Washington University in 1971. Powell also was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Public Service in 1990. (Sources Wikipedia and Media Sources)
His military service spans: 1958-1993. His involvement includes the Vietnam War 1955-1975, and the Invasion of Panama, "Operation Just Cause," 1989-1990. It also includes the Gulf War,1991. He was an American diplomat, a level-headed politician, and later the 65th United States Secretary of State (2001-2005).
Monday, October 18, 2021
Checkout How Lorisa Bates Pens The Riveting 2nd Edition Of Benita The Diva Secret Agent Sistah Shero Series
|Author and Media Maven Lorisa Bates | Article by Kamau Austin|
Monday, October 11, 2021
Be There When The Queens Underground International holds its first ever Annual Costume Party and Film Festival
Monday, October 4, 2021
|From The Office Of State Senator James Sanders|
Saturday, October 2, 2021
Thursday, September 30, 2021
Rosa Higgs, a teacher from Berkeley, California, who has proven why phonics instruction matters. Her phonics workbook series, entitled Read in 40 Hours or Less, are designed to help Black students learn to read well and beyond grade level in less than 40 hours of direct instruction.
Across the country, students are experiencing a K-12 crisis in reading skills. In the state of California, millions of dollars are spent every year on education, but students and teachers are overwhelmed by COVID-19 and distance learning and the lack of improved reading skills for many vulnerable Black students proves it.
The coronavirus was a test of America’s ability to provide quality and equitable education to all students. The virus wrecked the school system with unfathomable momentum highlighting known disparities of Black students' access to computers, the internet, trauma, and basic needs such as food and adequate shelter. The Read in 40 Hours or Less workbook series can take schools from inadequate to extraordinary by improving reading skills for our vulnerable Black and Brown students. To order Click Here
Author Rosa Higgs Shares Her Journey Towards
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