Black Homeschooling Blog Roll

My goal here at Hip Hop Homeschoolers is to build a community of Black homeschoolers. It takes a village, and where homeschooling is involved, we’re a huge minority. So please add your blog below and connect with other homeschoolers. Be sure and grab the button, too!

Black Homeschoolers Blog Hop

Guidelines:

  1. Please link to your main page and not a particular post.
  2. Please only link to homeschool related blogs, all personal business blog links will be deleted, please understand.
  3. If you have a service that you provide or a product to sell, press feel free to email me first at hiphophomeschoolers@gmail.com and we can discuss a possible first post.
  4. Have fun and meet new bloggers!!!

Happy blog hopping!!!

*DJ Mom-E

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Click the link, you will momentarily be taken to the Blogroll Page. Don’t worry, it’ll lead you back when you’re finished!

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14 thoughts on “Black Homeschooling Blog Roll

  1. Greetings! Much needed. I have to figure out how to post it on my blog. In addition, I don’t just blog about homeschooling so not sure if I will link in. If you get a chance feel free to check out my blog and let me know what you think.

      1. i can’t get the “button” to show on my blog. help please. i copied what you said to copy. went to appearance, widgets, text and i keep getting that “this person moved or deleted this image.”

      2. hiphophomeschoolers says:

        I’m getting the error as well. Let me look into it. It’s the same code sitting in my side bar. Thanks for the heads up sis!

  2. Jeffrey Brown says:

    I have a vision of creating an online supplemental camp with an Afro-centric focus to expand on the ideas presented during Kwanzaa as well as during February (Black History Month). This camp would, by teaching about the academic accomplishments of African-Americans through reading Afro-centric history, cultural work and literature, reduce the reading achievement gap, as well as build a sense of pride in students to work and achieve.
    Check out the sites, join the groups on http://Facebook.com and http://Linkedin.com to participate.
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    http://blackonlinecamp.zohosites.com/
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    http://afro-centricprogramplan.weebly.com
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    http://blackeducation.jigsy.com/
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    http://www.educationprosperity.webs.com/
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    http://www.afrocentriccampo.puzl.com/
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    https://www.facebook.com/AfroCentricCamp
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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/76434973493/
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    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-Intelligence-Today/165641943467658
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    http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1978163&trk=hb_side_g
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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/570451862966806/
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