Prentice Powell performs ‘Good Father’ on the Aresnio Hall Show
How A Middle-School Principal Persuaded Students To Come To School
not going to see this man in no news nowhere
Right and that’s sad. But he’s doing amazing work. These are the kinds of people we need in our schools and they sadly get no recognition.the school i work at follows a similiar style, giving out scholar dollars for good behavior, grades etc.
whatever we gotta do to keep these kids in school
Jelani De Costa Best by Paul Wetherell | AnOther Man F/W 2013
New House of Marley headphones!
Jason Young, an African-American founder and CEO of Mindblown Labs, an Oakland, CA based education technology start-up, knows first-hand how financial literacy or lack thereof can impact the African-American community.
Through his own personal experiences he learned very quickly that financial literacy is essential for everyone so he created a mobile app called Mindblown Life.
Mindblown Life is a mobile, social game that combines life-simulation elements and edgy humor to help young adults develop money management and financial literacy skills.
The game uses Facebook integration and push notifications to create a rich, in-game life filled with meaningful social experiences: in Mindblown Life, you can attend your friendsâ concerts, take them on a dinner date, play mini-games with them, or crash on their couches, if you’re having a particularly rough month. Random events make sure that your Mindblown Life reflects the spontaneity of your real one.
Young. Black. Fly. In college.
George Washington University.