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    aasph (African-American Single Parent Homeschoolers) - African-American Single Parent Homeschoolers is a discussion group designed to lend support and resources to parents who are home schooling alone.

    Being a single parent homeschooler can be difficult and challenging, but not impossible. Learn from other parents who are the sole bread winner and their child's primary teacher. Share ideas, network and support each other.

    If you are a veteran single parent homeschooler, what are some ways that you have learned to home school successfully? How have you balanced working and teaching?

    If you are a new homeschooler or a parent who is simply thinking about home education, what are your biggest questions and concerns? Do you have a support system of friends and family that can help you make a smooth transition to home schooling?

    To Subscribe, visit

    afamhomeschoolers (African American Homeschoolers) - This group is for African-American homeschoolers who want to talk to other African-American homeschoolers. We can discuss curriculum choices, the struggles of being a minority within a minority, and anything else that you would like.

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    AfAmUnschool (African American Unschoolers) - Karibu/Welcome African-American Homeschoolers!

    African American Unschoolers is for African-American Moms (and Dads!) who use the whole world as their child(ren)'s classroom. Unschoolers encounter math, science, reading, writing, art and history in the Real World because real living leads to real learning!

    So what's an unschooler? For unschoolers, the motivation behind the learning is more important than the method used to learn. The attitude and approach of unschooling is guided by the child, with parents facilitating the process as advisors and advocates.

    Unschooling parents are some of the most generous, interesting and resourceful people you will ever meet. All members are encouraged to post and share questions and experiences from their unschooling adventures!

    Visit us on the web at and subscribe for FREE to FUNgasa: Free Oneself! The Magazine for African-American Home Educators, check out our Africentric Resources and Homeschool Fast Track for beginning homeschoolers, and visit Kiduka, our online shop for Africentric Homeschooling t-shirts, tote bags, journals and more! !

    NOTE: SPAMMERS are not permitted on this list. Violators will be removed and reported to Yahoo! If you would like to advertise a legitimate, family-friendly product or service, visit to learn more about our promotional packages.

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    AfricanAmerhomschler - This is a list for African American parent(s) who homeschool their children. Through this site we can hopefully share the challenges faced by homeschooling in general and homeschooling African American children in particular. We would like you to share your ideas for lesson plans, texts you've found helpful, websites, etc. While the primary focus of this list is to explore issues particular to African Americans, ANY information that will help us as African American homeschoolers is welcome (e.g.,excellent way to teach algebra, etc.). Also, any items for sale (used and new) relative to African Americans can be displayed here. Please no business solicitations.

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    AfricanAmericanHomeschoolers - Welcome to African American Homeschoolers! This group is for African American parents (or parents of African American children) who are homeschooling their children. It is also for parents looking to supplement their children's education with home study.

    We are open to all homeschooling philosophies (child-led, packaged curriculum, unit studies, etc.) Please share your ideas for lesson plans, texts you've found helpful, websites, etc.; especially those that are specific to Africans/African Americans. Also, any items for sale (used and new) relative to homeschooling can be displayed here.

    Although we are an inclusive and diverse group, please keep in mind that the focus of this list is to support homeschooling from the African American perspective, and with African American children in mind. We thrive on participation so don't be shy about posting.

    For more information, visit

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    AfricanAmericanHomeschoolersNetwork (African American Homeschoolers Network) - This group was created to be a forum for homeschoolers. Here we can exchange ideas, offer support and advice, and post information that may be helpful to us all. The group was created for African American families but is by no means exclusive to one race. We share a common goal, to educate our children.

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    aha (Afrocentric Homeschoolers Association) - A discussion group for pro-Black African and/or African Diasporan, Black homeschoolers, unschoolers, deschoolers, home-based educators (you get the picture) everywhere! It is also open to non-homeschoolers and non-Blacks who are trying to teach their children about Blacks. Take note, however, that AHA's egroup is AFROCENTRIC. It is for the Black-oriented homeschool. It was founded as a resource for Black homeschoolers, Blacks in Canada, the U.S., Caribbean, and elsewhere. The African Canadian, African American, African Caribbean, Black European, African, and Black Canadian homeschool. Black Canadians, Black Americans, Jamaicans, etc. Please do NOT promote Eurocentric beliefs here. There are several other egroups to discuss subjects from that perspective. Please respect what this group is about and who it's for. Thank you!

    For more information, visit

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    chinesehomeschoolers (Chinese Homeschoolers) - This list is to support those who are Chinese homeschoolers. Members may live in various parts of the world. They may live in areas supportive of homeschooling or they may live in areas where they are persecuted. They may have supportive families and relatives or they may have families that do not agree with their decision to homeschool. The children may be monolingual, bilingual or multilingual as well as biracial or multiracial. Some children may be adopted. Some children may have special needs others may not. This list provides support and discussion of all these issues of homeschooling Chinese children. No spamming or flamming allowed.

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    HomeschoolersHispanas (Mi Hogar para Jesucristo) - Bienvenidas! This group is about the special and interesting life of the hispanic homeschooler. Does most of your family think homeschooling is illegal? Are all your friends waiting for you to become normal? And how many hispanic women do you know in your homeschool group--if you found one that you feel comfortable joining?

    Yes, being a hispanic homeschooler has some challenges, but it's a joy to know that your kids are getting God's best for them. Following God's call for raising YOUR kids in this unique way is a blessing, and you know that at the end of this road, we'll both look back and be glad we did it!

    Want to keep on talking? Join this group! We'll encourage each other along this strait and blessed path!

    Stephanie Listowner/Moderator

    PS...Este es un grupo hispano. Somos bilingues y podemos hablarnos en los dos idiomas. If you don't speak Spanish, you're welcome, anyway. Las hispanas no todas hablan espanol, no es cierto? We hispanic women come in many varieties and that is just one of our charms. So come on over and join the group!

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    NAAHA e-zine Homeschooling Matters - The National African-American Homeschoolers Alliance: The NAAHA provides a free e-zine, Karibu, to its subscribed members. An online and e-mail e-zine, Karibu features home school families and organizations as well as includes articles about national home school trends and news and curriculum and book reviews. Article submissions are welcome.

    To subscribe, visit and click join today.

    NAHomeschoolers (Native American Homeschoolers) - This Yahoogroup is a support and mailing group for those homeschooling or unschooling with a Native American background or ancestry who are trying to teach without Christian influence.

    To Subscribe, visit

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