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Little Black Village

Little Black Village promotes higher education, personal development, and international exposure for African American youth. Little Black Village is a dedicated to discussing and exploring ways of keeping our black youth from dropping out of high school and encouraging them in seeking higher education and living up to their fullest potential. Little Black Village is also committed to making a difference in the black community by encouraging its members to share their voices through social media outlets, lead by example by taking an active role in mentoring a black youth, connecting families to educational resources and actively taking part of community services in and out of our communities.
Little Black Village has written 115 posts for Little Black Village

“What’s a Dollar More A Week.” 2017

52 Weeks Challenge. Continue reading

Volunteer Writers Currently Needed

We are currently seeking volunteer writers for the Little Black Village website/blog. Candidates must have efficient writing skills and must be passionate about writing on related topics that are covered in our mission statement. Continue reading

Dedication to Mom

A dedication to Lydie Jean-Pierre, my mom. All that I am, All that I wish to be, All that I can be, I thank my MOM. I’m finding that all that I have done and enjoy doing is serving others in any capacity that I can.
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“Lies My Teacher Told Me” Let’s Talk

Listen to Dr. James Loewen talk about how his book came about. Continue reading

AIDS WALK ATL 2016

Here are a few photos taken from our previous walks.  We had great showing of support from members from Little Black Village Culture Club, Southern Association of Black Peace Corps Volunteers, East Region Peace Corps Office (Atlanta), Atlanta Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and Morehouse students in the past and we hope that continues this … Continue reading

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GIFTS OF THE VILLAGE

GIFTS OF THE VILLAGE   Shelby floated across the stage with elegance and grace, just as the ladies of her family had taught her.  She was absolutely gorgeous under normal circumstances, and this night, she was the most beautiful young woman in the world.  Shelby was finally graduating high school and I was so proud … Continue reading

“What’s a Dollar More A Week.”

Dollars and sense! Continue reading

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Quincy Jones Gives Back To His Community

Putting his overseas’ experience to work: Returned Peace  Corps Volunteer Quincy Jones What a way to give back to the community you live in. Quincy Jones truly puts his Peace Corps experience to use back at home for the benefit of his community. Quincy grew up in Osborn, then headed off to Michigan State University. … Continue reading

The Importance of Minority Traveling

The Importance of Minority Traveling By Addison DeMoss I am Addison DeMoss, a recent graduate of Morehouse College and a future Peace Corps volunteer. Throughout my life, I have been fascinated with the idea of traveling and discovering new cultures. Because of the opportunities presented to me, I have been fortunate to visit places such … Continue reading

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