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Missing black children: A crisis of media neglect

18 Jul

Missing black children: A crisis of media neglect

Ke’Shaun Vanderhorst, Jeanine Barnwell, Jaycee Dugard and Caylee Anthony.All 4 individuals have something in common: their lives were ended or altered tragically. Philadelphia natives Ke’Shaun and Jeanine, however, differ from Jaycee and Caylee in 3 ways. They’re both Black, still missing and didn’t receive any national coverage .

Read more: http://aareports.com/2011/07/missing-black-children-crisis-of-media.html

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New book for black children, ” I Can Be”

7 Nov

Just so you know you do not need a Kindle to read this book. There are Kindle apps for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, PC, Mac, Blackberry, and Android-based devices. Links to these apps are at the bottom of the page.

Hi everyone my name is George Cook.  I am proud to announce my new children’s book for the Kindle “I Can Be “.   This short children’s book has your child join in with Jordan as he decides which modern day history making African American to write about for his history class.

The book not only mentions what people like Mark Dean and Mae Jemison have done but it also has links to websites throughout and at the end of the book for more information about some of the fields mentioned.

A great read and learning experience for your youngster. the book is $2.00

Get the apps for your device and learn more about the book, and buy it here: http://aareports.com/2010/09/i-can-be-my-new-kindle-book-for-black.html

 If youy already own an Amazon Kindle you can go straight to the page on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00427ZKES

C.J. Jones was not a killer. The child was a victim.

27 Jul

C.J. Jones was not a killer!

Here at AA reports we never believed 14 year old C.J. Jones killed his entire family and then killed himself.

Medical evidence now suggests that Staten Island mom Leisha Jones – and not 14-year-old son C.J. – killed the family in a fiery murder-suicide last week.

Read more: http://aareports.com/2010/07/cj-jones-was-not-killer-boy-was-victim.html

Black & Unwanted: Abortion vs adoption in the black community

2 Jun

Abortion is not a me issue. It’s not a you issue. It’s not a personal issue, nor is it just a woman’s issue. It is a human issue. And today, with over 40% of all black pregnancies ending in induced abortion, it is a human crisis.1 The ‘Black & Unwanted’ campaign is about exposing lies, especially those which claim that no one wants these beautiful black children who are aborted (or those languishing in foster care )

Read more here: http://aareports.com/2010/06/black-unwanted-abortion-vs-adoption-of.html

Black teens more optimistic about the future because of Pres. Obama

1 May

Black teens more optimistic than their peers. A poll released Thursday by Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., found that 70 % of black teen students thought their standard of living would be better than their parents and they believe so beacuse of the election of Barack Obama. Read the entire article here: http://talkhonestly.blogspot.com/