Education.Exposure.Empowerment
By Careshia Moore
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Oct 1st, 2016
Does my child look successful? Yes, success has a look. It is not defined by name brands or price tags. But it is judged by presentability and appropri...
By Careshia Moore
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Feb 3rd, 2016
Over the past 8 days my son has experienced what he would call disappointment.  Although he won his school’s Spelling Bee and was one of 37 stude...
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Oct 2nd, 2015
It is a sad thing when young people don’t realize that they exist for a purpose.  I run across these youth way too often.  They think life is jus...
By Careshia Moore
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Sep 25th, 2015
Recently I had a conversation with a group of 15-17 year old boys.  These students have made some missteps in life.  The curriculum I am teaching seeks...
By Careshia Moore
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Jul 3rd, 2015
I just saw the movie DOPE and I must say that it was an amazingly provocative film. Anyone who is a parent, educator, mentor or cares about youth shoul...
By Careshia Moore
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Oct 6th, 2014
Very often my son gets to show off his academic prowess and intellect. He gets accolades for his athleticism and skill. But can we admit that young chi...
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Aug 17th, 2014
Recently I had the wonderful pleasure of spending an afternoon with Nadia Policard of Niche Parent Network, Atlanta bloggers and Chanda Bell, co-founde...
By Careshia Moore
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Jul 27th, 2014
I am preparing to see my kids for the first time in two weeks. They have been hanging with their grandparents and enjoying every minute of it. Why you ...
By Careshia Moore
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Jul 17th, 2014
I recently received a pleasant email from my cousin sharing that his son qualified for the Junior Olympics in Track and Field.  I was ecstatic that my ...
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Jul 10th, 2014
As we travel to the national basketball tournament with my 9 year old son I was perusing the AAU website and was pleased to see blog posts on various i...