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Splash Entertainment Partners With Former Professional Athlete Trevor Pryce And His Outlook Company To Produce Three New Animated Specials, “Kulipari: Army of Frogs”

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Nicolas Atlan and Mike Young, Co-CEOs of Splash Entertainment, LLC™ (http://www.splashentertainment.com/) and Trevor Pryce...

Parents and Students Announce Plan to Boycott Newark Public Schools Because of Discriminatory “One Newark” Plan

In Solidarity with National Education Justice Group Journey 4 Justice and Part of National Week of Action Urging Support for Community Driven Quality Schools NEWARK, NJ – Today, at the site of the...

NEW BLOG SEEKS WRITING FROM YOUNG READERS

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Sandra Belton, author of the popular Ernestine and Amanda series about two African-American girls growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, wants to hear what...

One Million Fathers in 700 Cities Will Take Their Children to School and Commit to Reading Excellence

(Chicago, Illinois) – Most educational experts know that one of the best ways to improve the academic performance of students is to get fathers and families to participate effectively in the...

SoulPancake And HarperCollins Collaborate On First Book By Ten-Year-Old YouTube Sensation Kid President

LOS ANGELES, July 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — SoulPancake and HarperCollins Children’s Books are giving the world a new reason to dance with their announcement today of the brand-new book,...

“Kiley’s Purple Hat,” a Beautifully Handcrafted Children’s Book, Available for Pre-Order Following Kickstarter Success

A side-sewn picture book rekindling family story time, “Kiley’s Purple Hat” lets children discover colors, textures and creating something with their own hands; currently in...

African Americans Say ‘Parent Involvement’ Key to School Success

By George White New America Media and America’s Wire Writers Group The “lack of parental involvement” is the biggest issue affecting black students’ quality of education. That...

Parent Choices & School Competition

By Emory Curtis Recently the Superintendent of Detroit’s troubled public school, system, Kenneth Burnley, system said, “We have to compete. We need to compete,” when speaking of the...

“What Does A Person Deserve by Being Alive?”

By Ruth Oron, Miriam Weiss, Meryl Simon This year, the US Department of Agriculture published these “Facts About Hunger in America”: “Eleven to twelve million Americans experience...

Jail Bait

By Emory Curtis Undoubtedly, I’m looking at our problems through a different prism from the NAACP’s leadership. It’s incredulous to me that the NAACP’s leadership chose having...