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Having published my new ebook, Affirmations for Parents, I've been thinking, what are the needs of Black Parents? Are they different from the needs of other parents?
Are busy, stressed parents left with too little time to give attention to their children?
Who looks after the children when parents and grandparents are working two and three jobs just to keep a roof over their heads? And who is investing in the next generation? What are the implications for Black communities?
My guest will be Shaunes Richardson from State of The Black Parent.
Please check out some of my recent blogs:
Which Children Are Most Likely to Bring Weapons to School? - this could save your child's life.
Teen Murdered His Parents
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What do Black parents need?
The focus of this show will be nonviolence. THIS COULD SAVE YOUR CHILD'S LIFE.
I will be joined by Shaunes Richardson from State of the Black Parent
My other guest will be Dr. Stephanie Myers of Black Women for Positive Change. They will be holding a National Week of Nonviolence.
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I wrote about Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in Success Strategies for Black People and in my new ebook, Affirmations for Parents.
We can use Nonviolent Communication (NVC) to turn around and transform situations, including situations of extreme violence. NVC is used all over the world.
These are some of my recent blogs:
Are We Listening to Our Children?
This one could save your child's life:
Which Children Are Most Likely to Bring Weapons to School?
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A weekly discussion to evaluate the progress of Blacks in America, the history and the purpose of the UNIA-AC, and to measure that against the vision of Marcus Garvey. Hosted by Danger Remy the fire starter
Recently we have seen several instances of black parents discipining their childen and posting these beatings to the internet for the world to see. Some applaud these parents for whipping and humiliating their child as a good means to teach a VALUABLE LESSON while others say this is CHILD ABUSE.
Is there a connection between SLAVERY and the whipping of black childen as a means of discipline or is it simply an African method?
Are your methods of discipline outdated as a black parent or is it very necessary?
Where or from whom did your learn your way of disciplining your children?
How were you disciplined as a child and did it help to make you a better person?
Is “spare the rod, spoil the child” still relevant?
With all the increase of crimes commited by children all around the country, Chicago especially it leads one to wonder if we are failing our children. This will be a show of outcry to spark the flame of change. Let's take back our streets... Let's take back our kids!
This Wed July 9th @ 8pm CST, Join me for 'The Rundown with Renee', on Yo Momma Black Radio, we will go in-depth on the ever-growing LGBT encouragement towards Black men & youth in our community. This show will be explosive as we will cover a broad spectrum of issues under this topic including solutions, this is NOT for the faint of heart. My guests for the evening will be Brutha Irritated Genie, Brutha Dah Wah Yisrael, & others to be announced. To Listen/Comment/question call us @ (929) 477-3763 or click the link! Seriously, you do NOT want to miss this important event, save the date! This show will be my 1st installment in my series called 'What happened to the Black Man'? There will be subsequent series covering the Black Woman & Black Community as well. Peace..
Join me tonight @ 8pm CST, for The Rundown with Renee on Yo Momma Black Radio! We will be discussing single motherhood, can a woman raise a man, & what role has Black feminism played?? Like with every Yo Momma Black Radio show, we will go deep on the topic & have a open, honest, & real dialogue! As ALWAYS, Bruthas & Sisters your questions/ comments/ opinions are appreciated, so give us a call tonight @ (929) 477-3763.
This week, the Black Geeks review "The Rover" directed by Aussie auteur David Michod. "The Rover" is the story of one unnamed man's desperate attempt to track his stolen car through the Australian outback in a dystopian near future. Along the way, the man, played by a terrifying Guy Pearce, meets a disparate assemblage of unsettling characters all just as desperate as him. His relationship with Rey, an almost unrecognizable Robert Pattinson, begins as a hostile alliance and develops into something much more. The film culminates in a surprising and touching end. This is not George Miller territory though the comparisons seem unavoidable. Tune in to find out if you need to see this movie in the theatres RIGHT NOW, or if you can just pop in your copy of Mad Max and call it a night.
Ever feel like taking a vacation is like work when going with your significant other? We know! That's why we decided to see what the expert says and welcome Nisa Muhammad, the founder of Bliss Foundation and creator of Black Marriage Day, the relationship expert from The Michael Baisden Show and contributor to CNN's Black In America program hosted by Soledad O'Brien. Join Dwan Walters as she talks with Nisa on the topic should couples vacation together and what's the value of them doing it. It promises to be a lively discussion and we highly recommend you and your significant other tune in. Always searching for the unique, excellence and unforgettable - Black Bag brings it to you.