Her new song is for whomever has ever had a Broken Heart!
Tags: Addiction, Angela Stribling, Artist, Author, Broken Heart, Children, drugs, Empowerment, lessons, Lil Mo, love lessons, Music, new music, R&B Divas, rapper, relationships, singer, songwriter
This year has been difficult for so many. How do you find your “happy place” amid the chaos?
Tags: Anxiety, Children, COVID-19, depression, Happy Place, Mental Health, Pandemic, Suicidal Ideations
How do you talk to your children about the language of Election 2020?
Tags: Children, education, Election 2020, Giani Clarkson, Parenting
We take a look at how this disease is impacting out children.
Tags: Children, Children's National Hospital, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Charles Berul, Dr. Marilyn Mcpherson-Corder, health
Advice for parent when there children are force to stay home because of the coronavirus shutdown.
Tags: Children, Coronovirus, COVID-19, Dr. Marilyn Mcpherson-Corder, education, Head of School, Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science, Howard University School of Medicine, Kathryn Procope, Parenting, Pediatrician
How children are groomed into sex trafficking and what you need to know to protect them.
Tags: Children, Courtney's House, Gangs, Lisa Daughtry, No More Martyrs, Sex Trafficking, Sex Trafficking Advocate, Tina Frundt
Tags: Anthony Bowen YMCA, Children, M&T Bank, STEM, YMCA, youth
When the new school year brings reservations from your children about attending, who can parents find out what’s behind it?
Tags: Anxiety, Chandrai Jackson Saunders, Children, Dr. Jeff Mensizes, Jitters, Mental Health, Mildred Peyton, School Psychologist
Tags: 9th annual, back to school, block party, Children, entertainment, Free Backpack, Landover, Music, pg sports and learning, Prince George Sports and Learning Complex, school supplies, suntrust, Vendors, video games, Vision screening, WHUR
Poverty holds fast in the District of Columbia, especially for children.
Tags: Children, Darius Baxter, DC Action for Children, DC Kids Count Report, District of Columbia, Good Projects, poverty, Shana Bartley
Tonight we discuss the alarming rates in trauma and guest Dr. Satira Streeter-Clinical Psychologist, Yolonda Nelson-Strain with Roberta’s house and Dr. GiShawn Mance with Howard University School of Psychology gave our listeners some great insight.
Tags: Children, Dr. Gishawn Mance, Dr. Satira Streeter, Parenting, Roberta's House, trauma, Yolonda Nelson-Strain
Tonight’s guest Dekada Brown with Walk In Our Shoes One Day and Tiffany Phoenix with Howard University Speech and Hearing Clinic gave some great resources for parents who are need.
Tags: April, autism, Children, Dekeda Brown, Department of Communication Sciences And Disorders, Tiffany Phoenix-