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Black Kids’ Brains Damaged By Cops Being Called On Them

The problem of police being called on Black children is growing, as more incidents come to light. What is also increasing is the number of children experiencing mental health struggles connected to traumatic police encounters prompted by 911 calls. A Black student is battling anxiety and nightmares after her Wisconsin high school reportedly called the […]

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Cop Caught on Video Assaulting Black Boy In Mall, Police Chief Defends Him

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Another incident of police brutality has emerged out of Cobb County, Georgia, which was caught on camera and subsequently went viral. This case involves a 12-year-old black boy named Corey Jackson and a Cobb County police officer who was working off duty. Jackson is an aspiring rapper who goes […]

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Kids Suffer From Black Mold, Rat Bites In This School

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: David Wallace/The Republic A school district in Phoenix, Arizona is home to some of the nation’s most repugnant public education warehouses. The Murphy Elementary School District inside Phoenix is making national headlines but not for standardized test scores. Students behind the walls of schools inside this primary education jurisdiction have […]

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Need For Good Black History Lessons Pushing Parents To Homeschooling

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Getty Images Two compelling and educational investigations about homeschooling by black American parents have revealed facts, which prove the absolute necessity of teaching black children about their race’s world history. The first investigative revelation we will discuss in this analysis from TheBlackHomeSchool.com is an extensive research paper […]

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These Schools Called “Shameful” For Calling Black History Month “Diversity Month”

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: University Visitors Network Founded in the U.S. by Carter G. Woodson in 1926, Black History Month is celebrated in February of every year. It is a month-long commemorative holiday, which honors black men and women who have accomplished extraordinary feats against all the odds that America’s historically […]

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Black Teen Becomes WI’s Youngest-Ever Legislator While In College

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel  A young black man who is still in his teens has made history beyond imagination by ascending to new heights in the world of politics. Kaylan Haywood, Jr., (pictured) 19, is the youngest person ever in the U.S. state of Wisconsin to be elected […]

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11-Year-Old Flint Activist Honored With Her Own Doll

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Because of Them We Can/Twitter The environmental tragedy that was discovered in the predominately black city of Flint, Michigan during the year 2014 may have faded from the national headlines. However, the voices of the citizens who endured that municipality’s water crisis were not silenced. Because of […]

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Film’s Creative Expression Contest Aims to Provide Alternatives to Violence for Youths

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Black Women For Positive Change To support its 2018 Week of Non-Violence, Justice & Opportunity, a national outreach organization based in Washington D.C. is sponsoring a contest for youths age 12-18-years old to provide an outlet for them to showcase positive creativity. Black Women for Positive Change is a civic […]

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Kid’s Book With Colin Kaepernick Pictured In Illustration Addresses Racism

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Inforum.com Former NFL quarterback and Nike brand ambassador Colin Kaepernick has been talked about heavily over the past month or so and it has further cemented his status as America’s most polarizing figure in 2018. Nike made a risky bet on the 30-year-old athlete-turned-social activist and it […]

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9-Year-Old KC Girl Starts ‘Grandma’s Tea,’ Her Very Own Beverage Company

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: KSHB-TV 41 Action News The biblical story of Samuel and the historic Egyptian legacy of King Tutankhamen showed that children can have the capacity for greatness beyond the imagination and ability of most adults. King Tutankhamen took the throne and became Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt at nine years of age. […]

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High School Kid Woken With Taser After Sleeping In School

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: CNN News A high school in a small town in northeast Ohio has made national headlines this week for brandishing its own class of the school-to-prison pipeline. According to local Wayne County, Ohio-based NBC affiliate KSN News (by way of CNN), Liberty Prep, a community charter school in […]

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This 6-Year-Old Hip-Hopper Is Raising Awareness About Police Brutality

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Staten Island Advance The young son of former GOOD Music/Columbia Records artist Consequence is using hip-hop music to get his message out about how police brutality against black children affects his community. Caiden Mills (pictured) is a six-year-old rapper from Staten Island, New York who is preeminently blessed with a […]

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