What do Black Men think about the institution of marriage? We asked three brothers with vastly different lifestyles about their personal outlook on marriage. This is just the beginning of a great and necessary discussion. Let us know what YOU think.
As we like to say, “Yep. He’s one of ours.” HBCU Alumnus Lamont Geddis is featured in this commercial encouraging folks to consider teaching as a profession. Well done Monty.
National tests showed 9% of New York’s black male eighth-graders were reading at grade level in 2009. In 2008, only 28% of male blacks graduated high school in the city.
Mo the Educator offers his commentary on Harvard Law Review editor and third-year law student Stephanie Grace’s email in which she indicated that she would not, “…rule out the possibility that African Americans are, on average, genetically predisposed to be less intelligent.”
Mo the Educator writes about an issue in education that hits close to home for him literally and figuratively: how to properly educate Black children. In this case, a Black school principal’s career may be in jeopardy. Is his heart the only thing that’s in the right place?
“My body showed no reaction to my inner pinch, but the sting was there, quiet like a mosquito under a summer dress.”
Eric Roberson recounts his journey discovering the history of his family. “Maybe slavery was such a sore spot that i was only interested in learning about it from afar, rather than the part i was actually connected to.”
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