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This Mother & 3 Children Authored Exciting Books About Traveling the World

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Fennell Adventures/Facebook An Atlanta, Georgia-based mother and her three children (two sons and a daughter) are a quartet of authors and publishers who have already reached literary magnate status with seven successful book releases. In addition to book writing and publishing, the Fennell Family (pictured) is also […]

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This Young Black Businesswoman is Making Vegan Eating More Affordable

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Sol Sips/Instagram A black woman from New York  City who is around the age of your average American college student is already running circles around her mediocre peers. Not only that, 22-year-old Francesca Chaney (pictured) has made the life-giving essential of clean and healthy eating the staple […]

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What Happened To ADHD Kids When These TX Schools Tripled Recess Time

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Brad Parks/CNN From 2001 to 2010, the rate at which black children were diagnosed with ADHD increased by 70 percent, according to a study by Kaiser Permanente that was published in the JAMA Pediatrics medical journal. This very same study by the managed health care consortium also showed that […]

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Atlanta School Served Students “pot brownies” Say Authorities

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: Fox 5 News (Atlanta) An adult employee at a high school in Atlanta, Georgia is in hot water after it was discovered that underage students were served brownies laced with marijuana, which were brought to school by the adult employee. According to Fox 5 Atlanta, administrators at […]

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Michelle Obama’s School Lunch Policies Reversed, Additional Salt & Fat Allowed

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: © YURI GRIPAS/AFP/Getty Images Under the direction of Donald Trump’s White House, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has begun scaling back nutritional food guidelines for school lunches, which were part of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s healthy diet initiatives for children. In 2010, the U.S. Congress passed […]

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Father Sues School That Banned His Son For Dreadlock Hairstyle

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: The ACLU Around the beginning of the current academic year, TheBlackHomeSchool.com profiled a six-year-old black boy named Clinton Stanley, Jr. This precious child lives in the Greater Orlando, Florida Metro Area and was ready to begin his first exciting day of school for the 2018-19 year. Stanley’s […]

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11-Year-Old Rap Phenom’s Bars Get Her a Deal With Jewelry Company

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: John Parra/Getty Images for BET A penchant for hip-hop music has already led a pre-teen black girl on a path toward financial security and major brand affiliation by way of a short viral video. According to BET, 11-year-old Alaya High (better known by her stage name “That Girl Lay Lay”) […]

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Formerly Bullied 11-Year-Old’s Story & Clothing Line Leads to Teen Vogue Feature

By Victor Trammell  Photo credits: Kheris Rogers/Pintrest An 11-year-old girl who was formerly bullied for having dark skin has become a national celebrity over her story of triumph, entrepreneurship, and refined self-esteem. Kheris Rogers (pictured) was profiled last year by TheBlackHomeSchool.com for turning her story of colorism and shame into dignity and entrepreneurship. At 10-years-old, […]

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How To Raise Kids Who Will Shine As Entrepreneurs

By Victor Trammell and Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses Photo credits: SweetDreamGirlz.com One of the biggest priorities we hold dear to at TheBlackHomeSchool.com is profiling the inspirational stories of remarkable black children who are already thriving as so-called “kidpreneurs.” In addition to functioning as a business that provides helpful resources to parents who are serious about homeschooling their […]

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Why This Black Educator Says School Segregation is Good

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Amadou Diallo for The Hechinger Report One of the biggest and most lamented hallmarks of America’s historically white supremacist system  was education segregation. However, in 1954, Brown vs Board of Education, a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, led to the outlawing of segregation on the basis on race in all […]

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19-Year-Old is the Youngest Store Owner at Northwoods Mall in SC

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Birch & Pen Earlier this month (November 2018), a black male still in his teens accomplished an entrepreneurial feat, which definitely has proven that youth is not a deterrent to someone striving to accomplish their dreams. WCSC-TV 5 News, a local CBS-affiliated media outlet based in Charleston, South Carolina recently […]

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Meet Stanley Celestine, Jr.: Louisiana’s 19-Year-Old School Board Member

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Melinda Martinez/The Lafayette Daily Advertiser In January of 2019, a young man will make history by becoming the youngest member of the Avoyelles Parish School Board in Marksville, Louisiana. According to a Louisiana newspaper called the Lafayette Daily Advertiser, Stanley Celestine, Jr. (pictured) will be officially sworn in as a member […]

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