Shantell E. Jamison

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Author, Motivational Speaker

Chicago, Illinois

Shantell E. Jamison is the former senior editor of love, relationships and lifestyle for EBONY, as well as a Master’s of Psychology and certified life coaching candidate. She moderates various events centered on love, relationships, emotional health and wellness and has appeared on panels throughout the country. Her book, “Drive Yourself in the Right Direction,” is available now. Keep up with Shantell via her website, Facebook, Twitter @Shantell_em and Instagram @Shantell_em.

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Posted July 9, 2018

Why the Trump Administration Doesn’t Give a Damn About Educating Poor People

I’ll refrain from talking about how the White House has morphed into a reality show for the world to see,…

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Posted May 12, 2021

The Emergency Broadband Benefit and How to Make Sure It Reaches Families Who Need It

What is the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit program? On May 12, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) launched the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program to help…

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Posted May 14, 2021

Here’s How Noggin Is Helping Little Kids Build Emotional Intelligence and Helping Their Parents Stay Sane, Too

It’s no secret that pandemic isolation has hit hard—maybe even hardest—on young children and their caregivers. Young children are wired to be with people: parents,…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted May 11, 2021

Will We Finally Tap The Learning Expertise That Is Present in Oft-Overlooked Communities?

Talk of an education “recovery” to address student “learning loss” is here, often with a focus on expanded summer learning programs, high-dose tutoring and expanded…

By Naomi N. Shelton, Karega Rausch

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