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This Third-Grade Pair of Fraternal Twins Owns Their Own Bottled Water Brand

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Facebook | Water2Kids.com Anyone who tells a child that adults are the only ones who can start their own brand and be entrepreneurs is shamefully mistaken. At any given time, you can find inspiring stories about so-called “kidpreneurs” who are changing the world with their groundbreaking inventions and business ideas. […]

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Here’s Why Middle-Class Black Kids Grow Up To Be Poor Adults

By Victor Trammell In recent history, the Atlantic Magazine published a sobering report for black America, which was based on the findings of numerous studies, including a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. The Atlantic’s report was written by a successful black woman named Gillian B. White. White is a senior associate editor for […]

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Michigan Teacher Assaults Black Boy For Not Standing During Pledge of Allegiance

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: WXYZ-TV Channel 7 Detroit A sixth-grade black boy who attends East Middle School in Farmington Hills, Michigan has started his first week of classes off horribly after a teacher assaulted him for exercising his civil and constitutional rights. According to WXYZ-TV Channel 7, an ABC News-affiliated local media source in the […]

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Kidpreneur, Fashion Designer Makes Big Splash During New York Fashion Week

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Yvonne Jewnell Designs Previously at TheBlackHomeSchool.com, a kidpreneur and aspiring clothier named Kheris Rogers (pictured) was profiled for a clothing brand she created called Flexin’ In My Complexion. Kheris (now 11-years-old) started her clothing brand after being inspired by her older sister named Taylor. One day, Kheris was feeling down […]

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Kimora Hudson is Going to College at Age 13

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: WestGa.edu The average 13-year-old usually spends their summer off after seventh-grade and starts getting themselves ready for eighth-grade once back-to-school time rolls around. However, a black teen girl from Atlanta, Georgia has made history by surpassing the last grade of middle school and high school altogether. According to various Georgia-based […]

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Some Schools Now Impose Fines on Students Who Show Up Late

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Fox 13 | Salt Lake City, Utah Schools in unified public districts across the nation are implementing controversial disciplinary policies, which appear to be driven by what many parents call financial greed. In Stansbury Park, Utah, a local high school has formulated a new attendance policy that imposes fines on […]

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Philando Feeds the Children Fund Launched to Pay School Lunch Debts For Low-Income Kids

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: M. Lagocki/YouCaring.com Prior to being unlawfully murdered by a rogue, state-sponsored officer of the law, Philando Castile was a caring cafeteria supervisor at J.J. Hill Montessori, a public school in St. Paul, Minnesota. The young children at J.J. Hill Montessori affectionately called Castile “Mr. Phil.” In his job as a […]

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South African Student in Hot Water After Spending an Accidentally Deposited $1 Million Dollar Financial Aid Stipend

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Sibongile Mani/Facebook A black female college student who lives in South Africa is facing serious consequences after spending a $1,080,000-dollar monthly financial aid stipend that was deposited in her bank account by mistake. According to the New York Post and various other media outlets, Sibongile Mani (pictured), 27, a student at Walter Sisulu University […]

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Father & His Two Daughters Started Their Own MSG, Gluten-Free Potato Chip Brand

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: BlackNews.com A father from Georgia and his two daughters are making headlines over their wonderful story about family, business, and economic independence in the food service industry. According to BlackNews.com, Dondre Anderson, and his two young daughters, Amina and Amari are the proud owners of newly minted potato chip brand […]

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Upcoming Children’s Book About Hip-Hop Teaches Music’s True History Using the Alphabet

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Michael McLeer This fall, a former music industry executive-turned-author will be releasing a children’s book, which uses the alphabet to teach the essence of America’s most popular song genre. According to Vibe Magazine, author Howie Abrams is putting out a book for children titled The Hip-Hop Alphabet. Abrams used to be […]

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This Amazing 10-Year-Old Boy is Already an Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, and Public Speaker

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: KSDK-TV | St. Louis Most of the people who are the biggest and best at their craft have one thing in common: They got started when they were young. In the case of Michael “Mikey” Wren (pictured), a millionaire in the making is getting started on his path toward greatness far […]

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Homeschooling Parents Start Bookstore Showing Positive Images of Black People

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: NBC News Black people in America often complain about being underrepresented in various societal facets, which have to do with literature, history, and education. Most of them claim that negative stereotypes emanate from the majority of the representation sources black people are granted in American society. As it pertains to […]

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