For many a year, the feminists and their allies in the feminized mainstream coven have been eagerly browbeating men; telling us what ‘we need to do’ with our young men. Brothers, it took us a while to get the message, but we have done the job. The numbers have been trending positive and our young men have been on the grow.
Well, let me be the first to put the shoe on the other foot, and go public with my words: “It’s high time that women get their younger sisters
I might get into a little trouble with this month’s column, but it is an overdue subject concerning women and coaching. I realize that there may be some that think that my column is a little one dimensional. Believe me, there are three dimensions when I put keys down to electronic paper. So, I warn you in advance…get out the smelling salts.
Women SHOULD be coaches, too! However, the need is for women to coach OTHER women, more than men, and vice versa. There are certain things that ONLY
Facts are important in life. They are especially valuable in the field of journalism. Tonight the PABJ held their monthly meeting and was trained in the fine art of the use of United States Department of Commerce , U. S. Census Bureau data interpretation systems and tools.
The group held it's monthly meeting at the Philadelphia Inquire / Daily News bldg. 400 N. Broad streets and had a presenta
Press ReleaseFor Immediate Use: 28 September 2009Contact: Ada Robinson 601.353.3663Brotha Lukata 601.957.2969RE: Youth Leadership & Personal Development/Life Skills Training Project“Changing Attitudes; Increasing Aptitudes ...Elevating Altitudes”LPD-LS w/OPS-KP(Leadership & Personal Development-Life Skills with Operation Shoestring & Kuumba Promos)Operation Shoestring and Kuumba Promos has collaborated to facilitate a bi-weekly Saturday Seminar Series for youth leadership and personal developmen
A group for Philadelphia parents who have found employment or are now seeking employment through a welfare-to-work program in Philadelphia and want additional information related to helping their kids in school and in the community. Welfare-to-work helps parents get jobs. The Philadelphia Parent Partner list helps parents support their children. Both are needed to insure success in the workplace and the community.There his a ton of parent groups, organizations in our city of Philadelphia PA and Read more…