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Star Rapper Shares Advantages of Homeschooling His Daughter On Breakfast Club

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga-Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Top Dawg Entertainment/Interscope Records A five-time Grammy nominee and successful American hip hop artist revealed on a national morning radio show that he is a member of the homeschooling movement. Vibe Magazine recently reported that Top Dawg Entertainment/Interscope Records rapper ScHoolBoy Q (pictured right) gave a telling interview […]

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Black Family-Owned Potato Chip Brand Celebrates 3rd Year in Business

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Anderson Family/Facebook The first black-owned, gourmet-seasoned potato chip brand is celebrating its third anniversary in business. A few years ago at The Black HomeSchool, we profiled Dondre Anderson and his two daughters Amina and Amari (all pictured). These Anderson Family members are the founders of Symphony Chips, […]

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Homeschool Family’s Children Were Taken by CPS Based On No Merit

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Autumn King In New York City, New York, the local government’s Child Protective Services (CPS) division has broken up a black homeschooling family without any substantiated cause. According to the Epoch Times (a NYC-based newspaper), an incident (which began in December 2015) involves a black NYC-based homeschooling […]

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This Entrepreneur Invented Board Game For Kids That Teaches How to Start a Business

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: YouTube A black inventor, award-winning public speaker, and well-established entrepreneur has created a board game for children, which teaches them how to start businesses. Elliot Eddie (pictured) is the creator of the Entrepreneur Game by EESpeaks, a world-class educational tool for business development. Children were obviously the […]

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A Militant Homeschool Dad Teaches Kids About Investing and Guns

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Instagram/Derrick Grace, Jr. A homeschooling father and entrepreneur who resides in Tampa, Florida is proving that the conventional paths prescribed by society for earning a living and educating children is not the only way or the best way. Derrick Grace, Jr. (pictured left) is a cryptocurrency investor […]

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This 15 Year Old Home-Schooler Runs Thriving Sauce Business

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: YouTube screenshot Homeschooling provides mothers with the freedom of being more hands-on with the necessity of educating their children. However, it can also afford families the convenience of centralizing their entrepreneurial affairs. An amazing example of a family undertaking the home-school and home-based balancing act is Monique […]

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This Black Pilot Teaches Black Kids How to Fly

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Facebook/R.E.P U NYC An entrepreneur and non-profit owner who also happens to be a licensed pilot is opening doors for black children to fly the friendly skies. Raymond Smith (pictured right) is the founder of R.E.P (Redefining, Empowering and Preparing) U NYC, a non-profit organization based in […]

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At 8-Years-Old, This Boy Grew His Hair To Donate It For Kids With Cancer

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Twitter One of the most inspirational and uplifting viral stories to emerge out of the blogosphere in recent history involves a little boy with a big heart. Thinking Humanity is a website themed exclusively for positive narratives emerging all over the globe that deal with advocacy against […]

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This Father and Son Duo Started a Black Wealth-Building Firm

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Courtesy Photo/Afro.com In an ideal situation, a father should be a son’s first role model. In any business he envisions, a father’s first founding partner should be his son. Kevon Chisolm and his son Kamari Chisolm (pictured) are the epitome of such an ideal situation. The elder […]

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17-Year-Old Accepted Into 39 Colleges, Secures $1.6M In Education Funds

Photo credits: CBS 46 It’s exciting getting accepted to one college, maybe even two or three. But CBS 46 reporter Melissa Stern sat down with a Douglas County High School senior on Wednesday about her offers to dozens of colleges and universities, and let’s just say it’s going to take a lot of narrowing down to […]

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Black Parents Cause Own Kids’ Segregation & Being Over-Diagnosed With Behavioral Disorders

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: iStock Photos Parents who rely on America’s local public school systems to educate their children are forced to blindly give an important human asset, which can disappear forever if it is lost: Trust. Unfortunately, for many black parents who live in under-served communities across the U.S, trust […]

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This Government Wants to Ban “Mom” & “Dad” Labels in Schools and Use “Parent 1” and “Parent 2” Instead

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Fleet Europe Legislators working for a national government in the West are aggressively moving ahead with the passage of a law, which will prohibit education systems from using gender specific labels when referring to the parents of school children. According to News Corps Australia, an amendment to […]

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