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Mabley was born in Brevard, North Carolina. Although she always claimed a birthdate of 1894 and that she was one of a family of twenty children, the 1900 Federal Census shows "Loretter Aiken" in Brevard was born in March 1897 and was the youngest of four (out of five) surviving children of James P. and Mary Aiken. Her father owned and operated several businesses, while her mother kept house and took in boarders. Her father died in an accident when Loretta was eleven. In 1910, her mother took over their primary business, a general store.
James Aiken's father, Henry Aiken, was part white. His mother, Bettie, was able to read and write in the 1870 census, five years after the abolition of slavery, which suggests she may have been a free woman of color. Loretta Mabley's genealogist, D. Richmond, wrote: "She has a very interesting lineage worth researching."
By the age of fifteen, Mabley had been raped twice and had two children who were given up for adoption.She was pressured by her stepfather to marry a much older man, but was encouraged by her grandmother to strike out on her own. Mabley ran away to Cleveland, Ohio, joining a traveling minstrel show, where she sang and entertained.
Mabley was born into a family of twelve children in Brevard, North Carolina in 1894. Her father, James P. Aiken, owned and operated several businesses while her mother, Mary, kept home and took in boarders. Her father died a sudden accidental death when she was eleven. By the age of fifteen Mabley had reportedly been raped twice and had two children that were given up for adoption. After being pressured by her stepfather to marry a much older man and encouraged by her grandmother to str
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NFL Moms Cheryl Foster and Deanna Moore join Deb & Mia for this week's episode of Game Ready Mom Radio. These accomplished and experience moms will share their advice about making your young athlete stronger, healthier and safer on the field of play.
Mom Cheryl Foster will discuss the league's recent efforts to educate schools, families and young students about the proper way to play the game of football. We'll discuss strategies for avoiding oncussions and long-term injuries.
Mom Deanna Moore recently authored a book that's great for younger kids titled "I Think, I Am: It's All In Your MInd". Deanna will discuss how the power of positive thinking can impact your child.
Both moms will share news about their foundations and what their families are working on these days, so be sure to tune in.
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Join Divas Boss Lady as she interviews Rhonda Crockett of the upcoming Reality TV Series, Single Moms of Atlanta. This is a reality TV series that focused on a groupf of amazing, talented, strong willed, astounding beautiful women. One woman's creation, vision was developed based on her own life experiences of marriage, divorce, being raised in a single parent household & becoming a single mom herself.
This show was formed to bring all these women from different walks of life together to share in their testimony in hopes to aid in the healing for single moms across the globe. Single Moms of Atlanta's mission is to inspire, motivate, and encourage women to keep striving for their dreams.
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Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey, discuss how the excitement of Halloween can bring out the worst in parents. Five times out of every seven, Halloween falls on a school night - like it does this year. Parents are faced with juggling their work schedule with kids Halloween festivities; packing up costumes for school, mid-day school parades & parties, taking kids trick or treating, giving out candy in your neighborhood, monitoring sugar intake, discussing safety, navigating bed-times and suddenly - Mom is a monster! We all want our kids Halloween to be frightful and delightful but let's talk about how to prevent Mom from being the scariest monster of all this year!
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