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What Can Teachers Do About Colorism?

If you asked a child to give an example of a time they witnessed or experienced colorism, you’d probably get drastically different answers. Some might speak about a fellow classmate calling them names for being too dark, while others wouldn’t be able to respond because they simply don’t know what colorism is.  Merriam-Webster tells us that…

EDUCATION

HEALTH

OPINION

HBCUs Carry the Weight of History

HBCUs are having a moment right now. Parents and educators should consider the whole story as a new generation prepares to go off to college, writes Dr. Fedrick Ingram, secretary-treasurer of the American Federation of Teachers.

SOCIAL JUSTICE

BLACK-OWNED BUSINESS SPOTLIGHTS

Healthcare Through Haircare

After losing his grandmother to a stroke, entrepreneur Demetrion Ware launched KeraVada — a haircare line infused with natural remedies known for helping decrease instances of stroke, cancer, and high blood pressure.

KNOWING ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE