Married CWAHM of 3 boys (toddler, teen, young adult) that likes gardening, cooking, aerobics, music, blogging, organic food and learning new things each day. On Twitter, I am a @ViralMarketMom that loves meeting new people online and tweeting their and my family friendly info. I work as an Online Business Consultant that helps people with advice for their competitive niche markets and I am also a natural health products distributor. I am passionate about helping people (including my family) to lose weight, get healthier and become more confident in their life.
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A recent study showed that nine out of every ten blacks (91 percent) who live to 75 years of age will have experienced poverty for at least one year during their lifetime, compared with only 50% of whites. Many of the children living in poverty in America are the children of African-American families headed by single females.
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Hello Lea, thx for stopping by. I have not been on this site in over a year and actually had forgotten i signed up on here. I live in the Hancock Park area and was really trying to find a womens support group for black single parent moms. After searching many of the local churches, etc. believe it or not, i was unable to find anything that came close. I thought this organization would connect me to other single moms like myself i could relate to and share support/valuable information. However, i haven't made any connections on here yet which is why i got off the site until a birthday wish was sent my way last week. Not sure if the black moms club fits my needs but thx again for stopping by.
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