National Youth Violence Prevention Week; Helping Kids Build an Anger Management Toolkit

Preventing Youth Violence By Managing Emotions #MLTVkids

It’s National Youth Violence Prevention Week. Considering that youth violence is the second leading cause of death for most youths ages 10-24, according to the CDC, I’m not sure a week is long enough. As a parent statistics like that are frightening and overwhelming, but we can’t hide from it we just have to dig in and deal. [Read more...]

Science and Tech Opportunities for Teens and Tweens

Science and Technology Opportunities For #Kids #MLTVkids #STEMMy 11 year-old daughter is a self described “Geek”. I discouraged her, worrying that the word carries far too much negative connotation. But as usual she is schooling me, embracing the word in her own way, pushing the boundaries of its’ outdated definition. Jaedyn is a young black female focused on science, history and the technology that opens a bigger window to both.  [Read more...]

Black History Month Events in Chicago 2015

Black history Events In #Chicago #MLTVchiThe one thing Black History Month is not is just for black people. Black History Month was brought about because of the lack of education for the masses regarding the contributions of black people to the foundation of this country and society at large.

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Miss Lori Concerts Will Keep You Singing All Winter

A #MissLoriConcert Busts Winter Blues

The leaves they are a changing, the temperature it is a dropping, but I’m still a singing at my Miss Lori Concerts! I’m happy to announce the first batch of my Fall and Winter events. [Read more...]

Breaking Down Walls With The Women’s Health Awareness Council

The Women's Health Awareness Council

Making my health a priority has been my focus this year ever since getting my health insurance reinstated. I waited a long time. [Read more...]