Parenting & Kids

5-Year Old Entrepreneur Teaching Investing

5-YEAR OLD FREDERICKSBURG NATIVE TO RELEASE EXCITING, NEW BOOK ON INVESTING, SAVING MONEY AND PURCHASING HER FIRST INVESTMENT PROPERTY Author Kennedy O’Neal of Faith Baptist School will celebrate the release of her new book, “The Adventures of Super Kennedy: Saving and Investing” at Central Park Funland on March 17th  Kennedy O’Neal may only be 5-years …

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Children’s Book Explains Why Mommy or Daddy Left Home

CHILDREN’S BOOK, I DIDN’T LEAVE BECAUSE OF YOU, SEEKS TO ANSWER WHY MOMMY OR DADDY LEFT Millions of children being raised by a single parent have inevitably wondered, “Why did my mother or father abandon me?” A new children’s book, I Didn’t Leave Because of You, seeks to answer that question with a compassionate and healing response. …

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18th Annual Destiny Award Luncheon is a Slam Dunk: Featuring Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar will inspire and empower at the St. Philip’s School’s 18th Annual Destiny Awards Luncheon. Mr. Jabbar’s height and basketball career pale in comparison  to his stature as a thought leader. It is a monumental occasion to have him address the luncheon. Last month, he was keynote speaker at the inaugural Jazz Congress, …

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Mathew Knowles Sparks an International Conversation With His Latest Book Racism From The Eyes of a Child

With uncanny timing for socially charged topics, music mogul Mathew Knowles hits hard right out of the gate with his latest book Racism from the Eyes of a Child (Amazon/Ingram), released just in time for Black History Month. RFEC is a deeply personal reflection on racism in the south, where the Gadsden, AL native was raised, and America at-large. The semi-biographical …

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You’re Invited to the 2018 Fort Worth/Tarrant County ACT-SO Kickoff

The Fort Worth/Tarrant County branch of the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO)  has a rich history at the winner’s podium and has risen again to prominence nationally. Last year’s national winners, Miss Madison Anglin (Bronze Medal: Humanities- Music Composition) and Miss Toiya Smith (Gold Medal:Business-Entrepreneurship) are now  college freshman, embarking on the next phase of …

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Your spouse doesn’t want children, what next?

Last week, People reported that Jeannie Mai from The Real and her husband of 10 years Freddy Harteis are divorcing. The reason behind the split is their separate stances on children. Mai has been adamant from the beginning that she doesn’t want children and Harteis has been adamant that he does. 10 years later, neither …

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Black Girls CODE students build ‘Hidden Figures’ website

  To push this message further, screenings will take place across 12 markets for over 1000 future tech divas over the next two weeks. The movie tells the incredible untold story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson—brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations …

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Motivated Moms in Fort Worth

Latoyia Dennis, mommy advocate and founder of A Chance to Learn has joined forces with Prudential, seven-time  GRAMMY® nominated singer and songwriter, Kelly Price and a host of other influencers announce the 2016 Motivated Moms Tour.                   The half day event concluded with a panel featuring these awesome panelists. Kelly Price, seven-time GRAMMY® nominated singer/songwriter …

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Almost 800 Kids Drown Each Year; More than Half are Under Age 5 [Infographic]

New Research Reveals Persistent Misconceptions are Giving Families a False Sense of Security As families take to the water this summer, there is reason for extra caution: Two-thirds of fatal drownings occur each year between May and August. New research out today, conducted by Safe Kids Worldwide with support from Nationwide’s Make Safe Happen program, …

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