Being Bold on Bold TV!

Such an honor to be a guest on BoldTv! Catch me discussing creating learning workbooks for young scholars impacted by recent hurricanes at 40:48. Donate and help us continue education in the face devastation by clicking here! 

Teaching 6-8th graders to be Empathetic Citizens

Emotional Intelligence  With our current media landscape it is becoming significantly more challenging to teach middle school children to understand their emotions particularly empathy. With our current culture of bickering and “hitting back” the trickle down effect is real! Students have to digest the fact that what they see on

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NCMAE #6 – Grow To Glow

NCMAE #6 I’m not sure if my best friend could read. She figured things out regardless, making a way for herself on her own across America over the course of 93 years. Her words come to me constantly as I work to decipher the stories and tangible history left behind.

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Aggie Pride NYC

  One of my best friends is receiving the NYC Chapter young alumni achievement award at the Honoree & Scholarship dinner for the NC A&T Alumni Association ♡ Jheri Hardaway Posted by RaeMonique Blount on Saturday, June 24, 2017 Special thank you to the New York City Chapter of the

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Illuminating

Attention all parents in the NEW YORK AREA!! I AM NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AND REGISTRATION TO MY Charter school #CapitalPrepHARLEM PLS WATCH AND REGISTER!!! It's time we take on the responsibility to educate our children. I PROUDLY TAKE ON THAT RESPONSIBILITY!!! HARLEM I LOVE YOU! A post shared by Diddy

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S.O.Social Media

Parents, able Grandparents, older brothers, sisters, cousins, and people of authority we must  do something about our young minds being led astray by social media and mobile technology! Working in the classroom and with school administrators, I’ve seen first hand the havoc social media is wreaking on school age children

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Dream #14 : Too Large For Life

I could always hear him before I saw him. Gus rode a motorized scooter. Not sure if he needed it but he was far too lazy of a person to walk if there was another option. It was the same every Saturday. The market was my outlet for selling my

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