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S1E8 Navigating HS & College Planning in an Urban Landscape
A recent New York Times articled stated only 29% of rural and 47% of urban youth, aged 18-24, are enrolling in college. By comparison, the national average for that age range is 69.7%. The term "education deserts" is bandied about when it comes to Af-Am children, but...
S1:E7 Mentorship, Education & The African-American Community
The power of mentorship in life cannot be discounted. A good mentor helps a mentee to make decisions that help them reach their goals. A great mentor builds a mentees confidence in a way that less instruction or assurance is needed from others. A goal for me is when...
S1:E6 Mental Health & Black Girls in a COVID-19 World & Beyond
During the COVID-19 pandemic conversations around caring for our individual mental health became commonplace as we struggled with being forced to say indoors. The isolation. The anxiety. The overeating. The insomnia. The fear. These things didn't just affect adults...
S1:E5 Disability Advocacy + Higher Education
In 2017, The National Center for Education Statistics reported that more than 200,000 students who identify as having a learning disability would be entering college that year. In full transparency, I have three (3) autistic children in my immediate circle (two...
S1:E4 Debt-Free College FOR REAL!
In 1970 the cost per semester for a public college was $405.00, private $1,792. Fast forward to present day, people well into the workforce are walking around with mortgage-size debt in the hundreds of thousands attributed to attending college. The thought of having...
S1:E3 ReWriting Our History: Building Dynastic Wealth
We've all heard the term generational wealth, on episode 3 I'm excited to speak with Professor LaTanya White who is a passionate about building wealth not just to "be rich" but to be financially healthy as a family. When sending a child to college, being in college...
S1:E2 On Campus at an HBCU
In this episode I'm excited to talk about all things Historical Black College & University (HBCU) with my guest, Ms. Lauren Youngblood. A graduate of Dillard University located in New Orleans, LA, Lauren shares tons of great gems about becoming a student on the...
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