Friday, April 23, 2021


Women Who Made a Difference in World History.

April 20, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

We may not have highlighted, but there are also a lot of women who made a difference in the world. In this column, we will highlight a few women who created a positive impact in history:

So Now You’re Interested.

March 26, 2021 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Money, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

There is tremendous pride in attending an HBCU because of the legacy and the bold trailblazers that walked their campuses.

1619 Project; Did you read the book?

February 2, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

With her bill, Sen. Burkes Hill looks to make those who teach the curriculum that was developed from the 1619 Project pay a hefty price.

Tutor Tips – 5 Tips To Help You Find The Best Tutor For Your Child.

December 12, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

When a child struggles in school, tutoring can be a great help.

Many Parents are Not Complaining.

August 27, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, Motherhood, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Parents, teachers and administrators will have to find a way to exist in a harmonious balance for the sake of our children.

A Plea For Fair Parenthood.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) We talk a lot about the parental journey and how new parents can learn tactical tips and tricks. Terms such as mindful parenting and stress-free parenting are popular searches on Google. Many new parents worry about their parenting skills, trying to learn as much as possible about how to promote and support the […]

5 Ideas To Help You Progress In Your Career.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Some of us will come to a point where we feel stagnant within our careers. When you’re feeling this way, it’s time to regroup and rework your plan. Start by setting yourself new goals or reviewing your existing ones. Some find that careers coaching is a beneficial step to talk through their goals […]

Tips for Parents and Homeschooling.

June 7, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

The current time at home is already stressful enough with having to adjust to spending more time in your living room than in an office.  Your children are experiencing a similar shock; they cannot participate in school dances. They cannot talk with their friends during lunch about an upcoming test or the latest break up.  Education is important, but it is more important to make sure that your family is physically and mentally sane. Take care of home first. Then, take some time to participate in learning opportunities just to make sure they do not forget.  School teaches, but home can do the same.

An Education Change Is Gonna…Wait. It’s Here.

It is funny how Sam Cooke’s lyrics can apply to the current education system.  State and Federal education agencies do not want to collaborate.  Online education companies are knocking other companies’ down just for financial compensation.  Parents are running trying to find out ways to help their children keep the fire of knowledge lit in these despairing times.  It is possible for all of us to get over the bridge together and have policies in place that can help us operate long after Coronavirus has a cure.  The change is not coming. It is here. We need to figure out a plan before we are on our knees.

Malcolm X Started Me on the Quest for Humanity.

It’s not simply color, or lack thereof, that white people see…the problem is they don’t acknowledge what they see is a human being. This may seem off to some because we tend to be able to accept that in this world bad people do bad things to people. However, even in those situations the humanity as in physical state of being is usually never the issue. For black people in America it I’ve come to believe it is the primary issue; it is at the root of the war we are fighting. I have Malcolm X to thank for putting me, through his work, on the road to that understanding.

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