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 But as usual she is schooling me, embracing the word in her own way, pushing the boundaries of its’ outdated definition.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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Vanderbilt Rape Case and The Loss Of Humanity

Do Not Let College Life Erase Your Humanity #MLTVtipsThe verdict is in, they are guilty. Former Vanderbilt University football players Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey were found guilty in the rape of an unconscious, fellow female student in a campus dorm on June 23, 2013. Sentencing will be coming soon, but there is still more guilt to go around. [Read more...]

10 Stores Where Kids Get Holiday Cash Selling Old Treasures

10 Stores Where Kids Can get Holiday Cash #MLTVkids

My youngest daughter has been asking me daily, “When are you taking me shopping for Christmas?” Which is code for, “When are you paying for me to buy Christmas presents for everyone?” [Read more...]

Ferguson Injustice Puts Fear In My Heart-Holding My Black Children Close

#Ferguson Injustice - Holding My Black Children Close #MLTVrace

My daughter came to me last night. She was scared. She hadn’t had a nightmare. She hadn’t even been to sleep. It was reality that was troubling her, the reality of the injustice in Ferguson. [Read more...]