Friday, June 24, 2022

How Can a Career Coach Help Find the Right Career for You?

June 13, 2022 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Today’s job market is more competitive than ever before. With technology drastically changing the way businesses operate, it’s no wonder that many people are finding themselves unemployed or underemployed. If you’re uncertain about your chosen path or simply want to explore better options, getting career counseling can... [Read more...]

Advice for Graduates.

June 13, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( This is the traditional season for joyful commencement ceremonies for students across our nation — and this year’s high school and college graduates are entering a world where their voices, influence and vision are desperately needed. As the organizers for the March for Our Lives, who are planning new marches on June 11 in... [Read more...]

Thanks Dad! – Readers Book Review.

Tweet ( From Boys to Men Publishing is proud to recognize Stanley G. Buford and his powerful book: Thanks Dad!  The quality of the writing, the unique experiences of the author, and the national demand for well-developed; Children’s Books on child-rearing and education merit the serious consideration of traditional publishers. Just... [Read more...]

Education 101; Summer Vacation, Reconsidered.

June 2, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, Health, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Students everywhere are anticipating, or already experiencing, their summer vacation. It means freedom from daily classes and the opportunity to break, “chill,” and perhaps attend a summer program for many. We know, however, that there is knowledge erosion over the summer, especially for students who don’t continue to read... [Read more...]

Racism rears its ugly head in the Buffalo shootings.

May 27, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Racism is a longstanding social illness in the United States of America. Seemingly, there is no cure for it. It has been with us for as long as I can remember. The result of it has created heartache and heartbreak. Lives have been lost and it has left the stain of disgrace on this country. Accomplishments, it could be argued,... [Read more...]

The Marketing and Branding of the Educational Leader.

May 27, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( I was watching a press conference after an NBA playoff game. The losing coach approached the microphone. As he started talking about what went wrong, he began to cry. He discussed what he could have done better and what happens moving forward. In fact, when I look back on most coaches’ concession speeches, they speak about... [Read more...]

A Bucket of Watermelons for Black HBCU’s and $40 Billion Dollar for White Ukrainians.

Tweet ( Well! Here we go again. Your space Cadet President Biden and Happy Feet Karmala Harris have push forward the bill to give over $40 billion dollars in Aid to the European Country of Ukraine which is mostly a country of racist Nazi supporting white people and like always, the Senate have gave their blessing and approved this large... [Read more...]

Who Decides What “Making Love” Is?

May 10, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( It’s Monday night, and we are in the midst of a big time snow day here in the northeast. That’s right, if you reside in a city in this vicinity then your city will be cuff city for a couple days. What better time to have a little fun with this topic. F****** vs Making Love was the original title of this post. I thought it... [Read more...]

Black Poetry is History, Culture, and Life.

April 26, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( I’ve never claimed to be a poetry aficionado, I’ve always preferred short stories and anthologies of stories. However, there’s something about poetry—and Black poetry in particular—that’s special. You have the obvious differences in that poetry is generally shorter but it can be as long or as short as the writer... [Read more...]

COVID-19 And The Surrender of K-12 Education.

April 25, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, Health, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( If a face can launch a thousand ships, then the masked faces of K-12 schoolchildren should launch a thousand class action lawsuits for developmental disabilities, educational loss, and emotional and psychological damages since 2020. Even if those lawsuits are a longshot, however, Covid bullying has at least launched thousands... [Read more...]

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