Hey, Internet! Let's #MakeItHappy! From Kid President
The internet is awesome, but it can also be a really negative place. To help try and fix the problem, Brad and Robby teamed up with Coca-Cola to give you a #MakeItHappy lesson. How will you make the internet more happy? Let us know with the #MakeItHappy!
A grassroots effort is underway in several US cities to encourage more black women to breastfeed their babies by teaching them the benefits of the age-old practice, which is sometimes shunned in African-American communities.
National Institute on Drug Abuse: More Drugged Drivers than Drunk Drivers
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is sending out a new warning for all people on our roadways - beware of drugged driving. This comes as the National Institute on Drug Abuse said there are more drugged drivers than drunk drivers.
Gospel Guru Israel Houghton Felt His Calling at 5 Years Old
HLN wrote: He's a Grammy-winning gospel singer, with thousands of fans all across the world. He's also the worship leader at Joel Osteen's famous Lakewood Church.Recently, Israel Houghton was honored at the BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Awards, in Atlanta. Listen to what he believes brings his fans from Singapore, Atlanta, Seoul, and Tokyo to gospel music.
How Eagle Academy is Changing Lives of At-Risk Youth
It's a public education success story for inner city kids. The Eagle Academy for young men is a system of six schools, open to grades six through 12, and they're strategically placed in high crime areas in all five boroughs of New York City and in Newark, New Jersey.
Vacuum Salesman Moves Birthday Partygoers to Tears
Ever since he was a two-year-old boy, Dylan Johnson has had a passion for vacuum cleaners. Dylan, who has autism, was never into "normal" toys, his mother Jodie said. The Swift Creek Middle School student turned 14 years old over the weekend and celebrated his birthday with a party that included close friends, family and a vacuum salesman.
Racism in the LGBTQ Community: 'You're Really Sweet, I'm Just Not into Black Guys'
Nelson Moses Lassiter learns that racism is very much alive within the LGBTQ community. A white friend told him that he's not interested in dating black guys, and a black friend asked him if he's ashamed of his race since he dates white guys.
This Girl Can celebrates the women who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look or even how sweaty they get. They're here to inspire us to wiggle, jiggle, move and prove that judgement is a barrier that can be overcome.#thisgirlcan
Original airdate: January 21, 2008 'Children aren't born hating,' Oprah says. 'In every single instance, racism is something that is taught.' Oprah considers the coming generation to be 'the most color-blind in history,' and offers hope that they could yet help the world realize Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream, demonstrating for humanity 'how to judge people based on the content of their character and not the color of their skin.'