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Some Helicopter Parents Have Evolved Into Snow Plow Parents

From college campuses to workplaces, a number of parents have deeply imposed themselves into their children’s lives even once they reach adulthood.

As many colleges start anew, Ferguson victim laid to rest.

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I have often said that when a young African-American male leaves home it is uncertain whether he will return home.

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Moments in Ferguson and an Asian American Journalists Association conference proved to be pretty convincing.

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Many Still Feeling Effects of Current Economy

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People in all regions of the nation still are struggling.

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However, it’s enough to establish some sense of equity in an era of multimillion-dollar sports programs.

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‘Authentic’ Blackness Debate Continues

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The fact is that most of us who are Black, regardless of socioeconomic status or educational level, will be confronted with the reality that our skin color will render us vulnerable to the fact that we are the “other” in the eyes of some Whites and some other non-Blacks.

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Choosing Moby Dick Over Computer Code

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Son looking for knowledge (and maybe a little wisdom), but not necessarily a vocation by going against the STEM trend.

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Time to Close Father-Son Gap

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Fatherless homes, especially for young boys, can mean that kids grow up without a role model and a mentor.

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Even political pollsters have joined in the ongoing critique of this age demographic.

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