Mentoring Our children


Mentoring Our children

Mentoring helps to create lasting, positive change in the lives of children. They become competent, confident, caring young people who have positive social connections and good characters. Join this group and let us know what your doing for our youth

Members: 428
Latest Activity: Jan 13

Discussion Forum

Quantum Leaping Into Your Future! Vision-Focus-Action

This video will help you to contemplate on your future career and academics. Motivational speaker and youth mentor Kamal Imani dialogs with youth and community leaders at the Westfield Neighborhood…Continue

Tags: black, urban, school, academic, scholarship

Started by Kamal Imani Dec 19, 2012.

At Risk Teenagers

my heart goes out to the young cats I mentor that are in a detention center, one 16 yrs old asked how to walk away from the gangs when he gets out when that's the only life you know, kind of made me…Continue

Started by JUS BLACK Sep 25, 2012.

Black kids---------doing positive things

Great videos showing black kids doing positive things. VIDEOS

Started by Marcus G Feb 5, 2012.

the 4gotten

I mentor to 15 teenage boys who are locked in a detention center, hollowen is one of my favorite holidays and I'm gonna give them a lil pizza party. There are some who think they really don't deserve…Continue

Started by JUS BLACK Oct 13, 2011.

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Comment by Samuel D. Mitchell on January 5, 2010 at 7:26am
Good Morning people. This is another day to do something for our youth. Get yourself together this morning and go out and help some body especially some one young. We can do this!
Comment by Samuel D. Mitchell on January 4, 2010 at 11:00pm
Today people I went out and performed a service at one of our homeless shelters here in Atlanta. I simply gave free hair cuts to those men who wanted one. This simple task not only allowed me to make them feel better about their appearance but it allowed me to hear some of the things that they are going through. And speak positive words back into their lives. So many men are hurting. I believe I will continue this service. Funny something as simple as a hair cut can help change a man's self esteem. This year whatever it takes to help my fellow brothers and sister's I am going to do cause I remember when I was there.
Comment by Samuel D. Mitchell on January 4, 2010 at 1:16pm
Welcome Shawn.
Comment by Shawn D. Jackson on January 4, 2010 at 12:55pm
Hello Fam,
I'm new to the site and looking to do some mentoring1
Comment by LuciousL on January 4, 2010 at 12:40pm
Hi Family, New Year Fresh Start For Our Children , This Has To Start Somewhere
Comment by Samuel D. Mitchell on January 4, 2010 at 12:36pm
Well Ms Hunter you have a very strong point. But their are some things we can do such as try and place the young men around positive roles models. Get then involved in sports or other activities where there are men coaches who are not just focused on teaching them the games but teaching them life. The only small obstacle then is having the parents who are young sometimes to know to even do that. Here is where the spill over affect comes into place. Sometimes when you educate one on the process it then spilld over to what they themselves must do to better themselves as well as their child. I am finding that people do want to know and learn just so many times the kicks of life have discouraged them. Maintaining a positive attitude is very difficult for many when life has treated then so badly. I find the best way to keep your head up is to focus on the little blessings in life. The simple fact that you were able to wake up in your right mind. Youn can walk and talk and do things for yourself. Instill in a young person the value of life itself and the seed for other things will grow
Comment by Mzjubilee2u on January 4, 2010 at 11:53am
Good morning. This is so great to start the year off with the youth. I have been doing this for years. I am willing to roll up my sleeves, and support the mentoring programs. I raised my children. Took much being a single parent. I am thankful this made me aware that all children are our responsibility. I have found out when children are loved they change direction. Many think It is all about material blessings for our children. Love last when everything else runs out. Lets love on our children.... God has a way of bringing things In order. I met a young lady I roomed with In Miami and she has a home where she takes In children. I am thinking about refocusing my life and go where I am led to be a help to our children
Comment by Sheila Hunter on January 4, 2010 at 9:35am
i am a single mom of 2 teens, a fulltime student and employee. I have pretty much been there and done that in the few yrs I have been on this earth. I have a big heart and small pockets but know that our youth needs to know there are options and that someone is there for them. They need direction and trust
Comment by Lady Publisher on January 4, 2010 at 8:37am
Hi. I am executive director of an organization called The Joseph Foundnation ( We are a management consulting company, but we also teach Youth Leadership to at-risk teens. The premise of our Youth Leadership curriculum is that if you teach a leader's mindset, you give the ability to think outside of circumstances. I am glad to be a part of this group, and I pray to be part of the solutions you come up with. Peace
Comment by Samuel D. Mitchell on January 4, 2010 at 2:02am
It has been said it takes a whole village to raise one child. I oversee a mentoring program called AFC(Anointed for Christ). Which is dedicated to mentoring young males. Young males need guidance and support. I have found out that many men are out there doing what needs to be done but the way the media has it set up is you are only going to see the failure. Still I don't allow this to dicourage me in what has been place on me to do. If I can reach one child and direct them on the right path then soon the domino affect will take place. We are out there. We coach little league and cousel at the boy's club. And we talk to them on the streets. It just that it seems that it is not working. Don't get discouraged. Lead by example! One child at a time. It is happenning just keep the faith

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