Tag Archives: black mental health

IDTALK4ED LIVE Episode #19 – Kwame Sarfo-Mensah talks with Anthony Carter

It is always exciting to meet other black men committed to transforming themselves and the world. Please listen as we discuss millennials, education, great intergenerational relationships and how we can “Ask the Old Guy” for insight and get tools to create and sustain change. Enjoy!

Refusing to Reenter the Closet (How to Support LGBTQ Educators)

No one ever talks about the vile and unrelenting homophobia that goes on in America’s classrooms. Teachers all over America deal with homophobia in very deliberate ways. Because gay and lesbian teachers can’t afford to be perceived as gay/queer, we ignore homophobia or pretend it is no big deal. So many educators who are gay/lesbian/trans… Read More »

Nine Things Black Folks Need to Stop Doing Part 4 ( Financial Literacy for Grown Folks)

We must teach our community a thing or two about money management. Until I was 43, I never knew how much money I needed to live and run my household. I knew I was always broke and two maybe three checks from calling a park bench “home”. Reading every bit of financial literacy information that… Read More »