Author: Djehuty Ma'at-Ra

July 7, 2016 – The Silent But Loud Statement of NFL Owners When Black Players Take A Stand For Social Issues: The Colin Kaepernick Example

WARNING: This article contains content of mature sexual nature as well as vulgar language. Warning is given in advance so as not to offend the reader with sensitive eyes. Fellas (and especially you young bucks who have yet to be in a relationship), females/women will most definitely hold out on … To Read Full Article, Become a DM Member or Sign in to your...

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Men, You Gotta Respond To Your Child Support Complaint and Summons

It was reported several years ago by the Los Angeles Times newspaper, that nearly 60% of all men paying child support to the Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) in Los Angeles County were doing so by default. Default means that these men failed to respond to the complaint and summons that they received from the Department of Child Support Services on behalf of the mother (petitioner). By law, a parent… To Read Full Article, Become a DM Member or Sign in to your...

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Startling Facts on Why Fathers Are Needed

While 50% of mothers in the U.S. see no value in the fathers’ continued contact with his children, the startling facts clearly show otherwise that a father’s continued contact with his children has serious value and it is the absence of fathers, especially in the African-American community, that lies at the core of many of society’s problems and social ills. Consider the following facts: Bringing up children with 86% female influence versus 14% male influence causes children to fail when they go out into the real world. Shared parenting has been scientifically proven to be, by far, the best situation for children of divorce. In the U.S., 79.6% of custodial mothers receive a support award. In the U.S., 29.9% of custodial fathers receive a support award. In the U.S., 46.9% of non-custodial mothers default on support payments. In the U.S., 26.9% of non-custodial fathers default on support payments. In the U.S., 20.0% on non-custodial mothers pay support at some level. In the U.S., 61.0% of non-custodial fathers pay support at some level. In the U.S., 66.2% of single custodial mothers work less than full time. In the U.S., 10.2% of single custodial fathers work less than full time. In the U.S., 7.0% of single custodial mothers work more than 44 hours weekly. In the U.S., 24.5% of single custodial fathers work more than 44 hours weekly. In the U.S.,...

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