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Denise Bolds

Denise Bolds, MSW, CD(DONA)


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Black Motherhood Empowered! The BOLD and COURAGEOUS - The Pride of Black Motherhood is SUCCESS!

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Please join Denise Bolds, MSW and Dr. Doreen E. Loury as we discuss this exciting upcoming event May 15, 2010 at Arcadia University, Glenside PA. The Black Male Development Symposium was initiated by the leadership... more

Please join Jay George - founder of Victorious On Line Book Club as March book selection Soul On Fire" By Skyy Banks is discussed. Dana Taylor is 29, a beautiful, well- educated, rising star in corporate Atlanta. Dana lives life on her... more

Empowerment…Change…How do we get there? Senator Barak Obama’s Presidential Appointment hascalled forth African Americans to empower and move towards positive change. The baton is carried in the second generation of... more

Domestic Violence is ALWAYS associated with a man hitting the woman. There is another side – the woman hitting, verbally abusing and provoking the man. There is a double standard of “Boys/Men do not hit girls/women” When a boy or... more

Child Support – a very controversial factor in today’s split families. As the result of media stereotypes ‘child support’ is portrayed as a negative factor that has resulted in hostility, accusations and even death. It is time to break down the... more

Ladies! We have seen it ALL when it comes to weight loss; the latest being the “Body Magic” girdles…BILLIONS of dollars are spent yearly by women looking for the ideal shortcut to weight loss. African American women have a higher... more

According to the National Institute of Health, almost 70 percent of black children are born out of wedlock; a 2002 study done by the Urban Institute and American University for the Department of Health and Human Services reported that... more

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, media hype about men on the so-called down low prompted considerable finger-pointing in the Black community. A series of high-profile newspaper and magazine articles were written in response to a... more

This is the kind of growth we don't want for our children - obesity. First Lady Michele Obama has "sound the alarm" about the epidemic: About 32% of children and adolescents today — 25 million kids — are obese or overweight, according... more

The gap in education still remains in the American education system for black male students and the gap is GROWING. African American males are more susceptible to drop out of school by 6th grade, have the highest suspension rate... more
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