A Web Guide for Black Parents now on sale

  I saw this on another loop.   I’ve not checked it out myself, but I thought some of you might be interested…

 Afrocentric Learning Tools presents ….
A Web Guide for Black Parents by LaShanda Henry

Currently on sale: Only $7.95

This e-book includes an extensive listing of over 200 Afrocentric / Multicultural Websites for Black Parents, Students, Children, and Educators. To Purchase this e-Book visit http://store.payloadz.com/go?id=43201. The Chapters include: Black Parenting Online Guides, Black Homeschooling Information, Teaching Black Students, Teaching Black History, Teaching about Africa, All About Kwanzaa, Afrocentric / Multicultural Online Games, Activities, and Resources, Black Movies for Families and Kids, Black Bookstores, College Preparation of Minority Students, Black Teenpreneurs and Career Planning for Minority Students, African – African American Folktales, Genernal Black Resources Online, and Black Freeb ies Online.

Currently on sale: Only $7.95

Chapter Details:

  • Black Parenting Online: This section includes information about websites that focus on Black Parenting, Raising Black Children, Black Mothers, Black Fathers, and Black Maternity.
  • Black Homeschoolers: This section includes information about websites that focus on Black / African American Homeschoolers, their support groups, online resources, and literary publications.
  • Teaching Black Students: This section includes information about websites that focus on Afrocentric Educational Materials and lesson plans for Black Homeschoolers and Educators of Black Students.
  • Teaching Black History: This section includes information about websites that focus on educating others about Black / African American History.
  • Teaching about Africa: This section includes information about websites that focus on educating others about Africa, African Culture, and Historical African Events.
  • All about Kwanzaa: This section includes information about websites that focus on Kwanzaa information, resources, products, and online activities.
  • African and African American Folktales Online: This section includes information about websites that focus on collecting and displaying African / African American Folktales.
  • Afrocentric / Multicultural Online Games and Activities: This section includes information about websites that focus on hosting online games and activities with Afrocentric or Multicultural themes.
  • Afrocentric / Multicultural Online Resources: This section includes information about websites that focus on promoting or selling Afrocentric / Multicultural products, services, and resources.
  • Blicks: Black Flicks for Families & Kids: This section includes information about websites that feature quality Black Movies, Short films and Animated Cartoons for Black Families to enjoy online or purchase in DVD and/or VHS format.
  • Black Bookstores: Find Afrocentric Literature for Kids and Teens Online: This section includes information about websites that feature black books, specifically those for young children and teens.
  • College Preparation for Minority Students: This section includes information about websites that feature books, scholarships, and other resources for minority students preparing for college.
  • Black Teenpreneurs & Career Planning for Minority Students: This section includes information about websites that foster teen entrepreneurship among black youth and provide career planning resources and opportunities for minority students.
  • General Black Resources Online: This section includes information about websites that offer black resources in general, with a particular focus on youth orientated content.
  • Black Freebies Online for Families and Children: This section includes information about websites that offer freebies to Black Online Viewers.

A Few Words from the author:

I designed this particular guide for Black Parents who are interested in making Afrocentric Learning and exposure to Black Culture an integral part of their children’s development. From support groups to online activities, within this book is an extensive list of over 200 links created just for you and your children. Though it’s often times hard to tell, the internet is actually filled with an increasing number of positive, multicultural web pages. Some are a little harder to find than others, but that’s why you have me to do the searching so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the sites!

~LaShanda Henry

*This e-Book includes the following type of cultural web links: Black, African, African American, Afrocentric, Africentric, Multicultural.

Also available at lulu.com: www.lulu.com/content/459061

 

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2 thoughts on “A Web Guide for Black Parents now on sale

  1. Just stumbled upon your blog… to me one of the downsides of homeschooling is my children don't have a very diverse group of friends. Everybody in our HS group is white w/ a tiny bit of hispanic mixed in.. like us my husband is 1/2 hispanic. It's really a shame, one of the woman who influenced me to homeschool was my son's k-4 teacher at the private school and she was african-american, she had homeschooled her kids for the past 5 years before I met her and greatly encouraged me! We are lucky to have lots mixed races in our extended family, but I suppose this could end up affecting some kids who aren't able to socialize w/different races. I'm glad my children get to see there little baby cousin who is very dark and adorable and not think anything of his color! Just my thoughts! =)

  2. Hi, I am a Christian home schooling Mom with 13 children, 8 biological and 5 adopted. We have all different backgrounds in our home, English, African, Irish, Scottish, Guatemalan, German, etc. We want to teach our African American children about their heritage and are planning on spending a lot of history time on Africa and African culture. What I liked about your blog is its definite Christian flavor, which makes us brothers and sisters, no matter what color our skin. As I tell my children, our hearts are all the same color.

    While it was exciting to see the first black person in history become president (he is half white as well, anyone ever mention that?) I wish his character was much better. I won't go on, but I pray for Americans in the coming times, considering how much he is damaging what was left of our country's strength. Anyone who supports partial birth abortion has a very damaged conscience, no matter the color of his skin.

    God bless you always, Susan

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