Archives : african american

Save our sons!

Save our sons!

Dr Steven Perry is the most talked about innovative educator on the scene today.  Perry is the founder and principal of what U.S. News and World Report has cited as one of the top schools in the country, Capital Preparatory Magnet School in Hartford, Connecticut. Capital Prep has sent 100% of its predominantly low-income, minority,... Read More »

Where you are is not who you are

Where you are is not who you are

One of the many, many reason I respect and admire Ursula Burns.  Check out her video and the other Women Of Power.  Enjoy your development!   ... Read More »

The title read: Who’s in Charge Inside Your Head?

The title read: Who’s in Charge Inside Your Head?

When I saw that headline, I thought, wow that has got to be great article.  We all have that inner voice that carries on a constant banter with us.  Sometimes good and sometimes not so good! Jim Gaffigan who is one of the best comedians today has built a routine around that inner demon or inner coach, depending on your state of... Read More »

Altruistic Leadership Congratulates Gabrielle Douglas

Altruistic Leadership Congratulates Gabrielle Douglas

Gabrielle Douglas Becomes 1st Black Woman To Win Gold In All-Around Event!   ... Read More »

The Invisible Men Project by Jonathan Mathis

The Invisible Men Project by Jonathan Mathis

Jonathan Mathis is an incredible artist, outstanding photographer & graphic designer, and webmaster (he is the creator of this site), Jonathan is also a thoughtful creative genius.  I known and worked with Jonathan for the past 7+ years.  The projects he takes on and launches result  in social good.  Checkout his latest... Read More »

Faces of America – Replay

Faces of America – Replay

Our American Stories explores the dynamic and shifting relationship America had with her new immigrants in the 20th century. World war tore apart families; and sundered the fabric of many lives; but America beckoned and millions came. Yet, America was an ambivalent host. (via PBS) Enjoy!    Watch Our American Stories on PBS.... Read More »

We’re on Scoop It! Join us

We’re on Scoop It! Join us

Scoop.it is now a powerful publishing platform where we can explore, research, and share headlines with those who share our passion.  Follow us and join Scoop It and share what you find with us! Here are two of our channels. Altruistic Leadership – (Those) helping business understand color!   Social Media Must!   ... Read More »

Dementia starts earlier than you think

Dementia starts earlier than you think

If you are a person-of-color, specifically African American or Latino/Hispanics, you are considerably more likely to have Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. A study completed by the Aging, Demographics, and Memory Study group (the ADAMS group), released information about the prevalence of Alzheimer.  Their research indicates... Read More »