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    bigvoice68

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  • Member Since:

    June 21, 2008

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  • Age:

    49

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    Married

  • Education:

    Master's Degree

  • Primary Job:

    Nonprofit

  • Location:

    Wake Forest, NC

  • Race:

    Black/African American

  • Zodiac:

    Pisces


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Jeffery A. Faulkerson, MSSW, says,

"It takes a village to raise a child, but it takes responsible children to keep the village on the map."

 

Hello, and welcome to my domain. My name is Jeffery A. Faulkerson, and I am a social entrepreneur based in the Triangle, North Carolina area. I am also the host of the Internet talk radio show "FIRM...but fair" with Jeffery A. Faulkerson (www.blogtalkradio.com/firmbutfair/) Check it out. It streams live every Sunday at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

 

If you're into reading, you may want to preview my new book Raising My V.O.I.C.E. (Verbalizing Orderly Impressions through Creative Endeavors). It is essentially a collection of selected writings that chroncile my lifelong quest to understand why we humans focus so much on our differences, not enough on our similarities. You can purchase a copy at http://www.buybooksontheweb.co m/ (Author keyword search: Faulkerson).

 

If you are the parent of a child between the ages of five and 10, you might be interested in my new IT'S GOOD TO BE GOLDEN Children's Book Series. The three books included in the series are The Stranger in the Shadows, The Story of Henry the Heart and Golden Innovations. I initially wrote these stories for my then three-year-old son, but I'm now sharing them with the world. Learn more about these titles at http://www.publishamerica.com/ and http://www.lulu.com/ (Author keyword search: Faulkerson).

 

I too believe it takes a village to raise a child. But I also believe it takes responsible children to keep the village on the map. That's why I have been a devoted husband to my wife for over 15 years and a stay-at-home parent to our four-year-old son for the past two and a half years.

 

Thanks again for stopping by. Be blessed, and continue to be blessings.

 

Sincerely,

Jeffery A. Faulkerson, MSSW

Host, "FIRM...but fair" with Jeffery A. Faulkerson

www.blogtalkradio.com/firmbutfair/

Author, "Raising My VOICE (Verbalizing Orderly Impressions through Creative Endeavors)

Author and Illustrator, "IT'S GOOD TO BE GOLDEN Children's Book Series

http://www.jefferyafaulkerson. com/

 

Press the play button below to listen to the most recent "FIRM...but fair" segment.

 


recent blog posts

Should Parents Be Held Responsible for the Sexual Activity of Their Children?

Posted

Note Originally posted August 12, 2008 on www.izania.com. On Sunday, August 17, 2008 at 900 p.m. EST, I will be hosting another roundtable discussion on my Internet talk radio show FIRM...but fair with Jeffery A. Faulkerson. The question that I will be posing to my listening audience is, Should parents be held responsible for the sexual activity of their children? I have always heard that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. If this is the case, then we parents play a significant role in... (continue reading)

Dysfunction within the Functional Family

Posted

The National Black Justice Coalition NBJC, America's only nationwide Black Gay civil rights organization, poses a very poignant question in a threeminute commercial posted on its YouTube page at httpwww.youtube.comNBJCDC. The video prominently features Julian Bond, a black man who just so happens to be the Chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP, and his white wife Pamela. Another interracial couple a white male and Native American female and lesbian a... (continue reading)

Follow-Up to "It Can't Just Be Me" with Derek Eady Interview

Posted

On Thursday, July 10, I was a featured guest on Derek Eady's blogtalkradio show It Can't Just Be Me httpwww.blogtalkradio.comEadyM edia. This experience was a truly positive one, as Derek posed questions about the state of the black family that made me pull from both my personal and professional lives. Today's blog is a followup to this conversation. There were a number of things that I wanted to say but didn't get a chance to because of time constraints. If I had been allowed to speak outside... (continue reading)

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