“Love this blog! Meda ase (thanks) I appreciate the info you provide and your dedication to our children.” – Queen Taese
“I just wanted to say “Thank You” for sharing what you have been doing in the homeschooling department. The most difficult thing in my family’s own homeschooling journey has been to find US. While I have pulled together a pretty good curriculum of my own, it is wonderful to see that there are whole sites and forums in which the study of African diaspora is not an afterthought. Thank You,again!” – LL Hurst
“I just discovered your blog and i am loving it. I really want to begin homeschooling my children and have been doing a lot of research. I feel a bit overwhelmed and not positive i can give them all that is required. I am so grateful for a site such as this. Please continue to share your knowledge and experience.” – Miss Lovey
“Looking forward to more information about your homeschool journey.” – Jacqueline O.
“I have found your blog to be a tremendous inspiration for my blogging efforts. We share the same passions and goals! First, let me say you and your blog are phenomenal… Again, thank you for your hard work. Your labor has not been in vain.” – Kyna C.
“I enjoy your website. I use it as a regular resource and source of motivation as my family begins our homeschool journey.” – Michea
“Sister, first and foremost I would like to thank you for your wonderful information and resources you provide on your site. I too am a African American homeschooling mother. This will be my 2nd year and I really wanted to involve more African studies and felt limited but since finding your blog not anymore. Especially the birthdays of our ancestors to celebrate as holidays – how brilliant. I pray the Lord continues to use you as inspiration for many sisters as myself. I’ve read a lot of homeschooling blogs but I literally googled a black homeschool mom and found your blog. Thank you for all you share. Many blessings from NYC. :)” – Catherine D.
“Thank you for your passion for our community and for providing such a great tool for newbies like myself!” – Courtney A.
“I am a West African American mother of 4 who has just decided to homeschool my 3 youngest children (ages 7 and 15 month old twins, my eldest is 20 and in the military). My husband and I own two businesses and I stopped working as a corporate paralegal after giving birth to the twins. We live in Brooklyn, NYC and although my 7 year old attends an African based private school, I know and feel I can do better for his education and am THRILLED to have found your site! Thank you so much Sis for your efforts, sharing, and time, may your blessings forever multiply. We will start homeschooling July 1st and I am taking this time to research laws, supplies, classroom set up, curriculum and such. I would love to share my experiences and blog on your site. Please let me know how to do so. Many many many thanks & blessing to you and your family, I look forward to learning & exploring your site!” – M
“I just wanted to say THANK YOU! I just started homeschooling one of my 3 school aged children. I have searched the web and my local library for someone that my daughter and I can relate to. I am grateful for everything that I have found on the web, most of all you. I was starting to think that black women do not homeschool their children. That becomes discouraging when you are attempting to teach and encourage you daughter to be proud of who she is. Again, thank you for all of your hard work!” – Demitera
“Hi! I found you on Google. I love your site!” – Selena R.
“LOVE your blog! I’m Native American (Pueblo of Laguna for my father and Pueblo of Acoma for my mother). I love the idea of your calendar.” – Shayai L.
“I have found your site intriguing.” Brian D. Ray, PHD (nheri.org)
“I am really impressed with your blog posts, it is really good and you are maintaining it very well.” – Tanya S.