All information on this web site was gathered by research, personal experiences or compiled from reliable sources with links. If this web site helps and guides one young black man, then it is a success. . I designed and developed this web site using my own funds and are not supported by any entity except for my bank account and talent. I went looking for some positive images of black men and found a few. I created this web site for three main purposes.
My day job is as a webmaster, I design, develop and maintain personal and commercial clients. The site originally featured from unpaid bloggers drawn from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and academia; by 2018 it had some 100,000 such contributors. Some are posted on this web site, but the main one was right in the mirror. My decision to share my knowledge, experiences, motivation, etc. That same year The Huffington Post expanded beyond the by launching editions in Canada and the United Kingdom. Unfortunately, our editorial approach may not be able to accommodate all contributions.
From the beginning, The Huffington Post also provided news updates, and in mid-2007 it expanded its coverage to include business and entertainment. I plan to fully launch it nationally during black history month 2016. A Positive Black Brother never blames anyone for any failures. The site, originally known as The Huffington Post, was created to provide a liberal counterpart to the Drudge Report, a Web site founded by. You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind. Alternative Titles: HuffPo, The Huffington Post HuffPost, formerly called The Huffington Post, also called HuffPo, American liberal that offers news and commentary.
Helpful Resources For Black Brothers We Didn't Forget The Sisters - What Is A Positive Black Brother? He takes care of his responsibilities directly or indirectly. I work on this web site in my spare time. How This Project Got Started In 2000, I started compiling information about my life and experiences. I believe all black men need to find a way to enhance another young black man's life. That year the site also released Huffington, a weekly digital magazine that offered subscribers feature-length articles supplemented by video clips, infographics, and other multimedia. Huffington served as the first editor in chief of The Huffington Post and was herself a frequent blogger on the site.
Shortly after, The Huffington Post launched HuffPost Live, an online network that rejected typical television programming formats and encouraged viewer participation. There are enough negative pictures and news about black men. That year it also introduced two new sections, opinion and personal, both of which feature commissioned pieces; the latter section includes first-person essays. There is a lot of additional information on this current and growing web site. As part of the deal, was created, with Arianna Huffington as its president and editor in chief. We Welcome You I hope that the information on this website can help improve your health, your mind, your career and your business. It was founded in May 2005 by political activist , former America Online executive Kenneth Lerer, and Media Lab graduate Jonah Peretti.
This article was most recently revised and updated by , Corrections Manager. My name is George D. The site also has content-sharing partnerships with various other content providers. Basically with this web site, I am speaking to young black males as if they were my own son. She was succeeded as editor in chief by Lydia Polgreen. We welcome suggested improvements to any of our articles. Your contribution may be further edited by our staff, and its publication is subject to our final approval.
It is free to users and generates revenue from advertising. My thinking was that if I couldn't or didn't share my life's experiences and knowledge with my own son, maybe I can share them with another young black male kid. He is in control of or wants to control his life rather than having life control him. In 2016 she left the site to start Thrive Global, a health-and-wellness venture. Celebrities and politicians who regularly contributed to The Huffington Post included John Cusack, Deepak Chopra, , , , and. Editions were later launched in France, Spain, and Italy all 2012 and in and Germany both 2013. .
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