No matter the difficulties Linda Odom has persevered, and she is making it her mission to remind children to always “Think, Be and Stay Positive.” Her children’s book A Positive Note was born out of her care for people and her concern for the well-being and mindsets of all children.
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Have We Become a Nation of Bullies?
Online and offline, angry, aggressive, bullying behavior has become normalized, and it’s tearing our nation apart. Elaine Parke says it’s time we got back to behaving with kindness, respect, and dignity—and her unity movement must start with you and me.
The Year of the Quit: Seven Things to Stop Doing in 2021
Reassuring Black America’s Children: Derrick Jakolby Washington
Like many of us, Derrick Jakolby Washington’s life was changed after watching the killing of George Floyd. He put his thoughts into words and a book for kids was created.
Stop Pointing Fingers: How to Quit the Blame Game
One of the biggest lessons in life is the lesson of accountability. This article is going to show you how to stop pointing the finger of blame and begin self-reflection of our own actions.
Best Selling Author: Aimé Mukendi, Jr.
It is great to see people who are helping individuals so that they can achieve their fullest potential in life. We are talking about Aimé Mukendi, Jr. who is helping many individuals ignite their purpose and passion in life and ultimately transform their lives.
America Divided: Are Riots a Product of White Rage?
The latest violence in protests and civil strife is not a result of black rage, but “white rage” for black empowerment.
Sit, Stay, Fetch: Jeff Franklin
One of the biggest pet peeves that I have is being outside and seeing someone’s dog walking them. This pet parent is trying to convince
Tips to inspire your kids to love reading!
I tend to find myself reading a book every day. It’s my way of staying knowledgeable in different areas and it’s pretty damn entertaining. However, I
I’m Not You: Stop Comparing Yourself
Everyone gets caught up in the comparison game. Chances are you do too. Haven’t you gazed with envy at a friend’s house, car, job, or