Bre'onna Richardson

I’m a rising junior at Howard University in Washington, D.C. I’m pursuing a degree in broadcast journalism with a minor in human development. I love being active in the community, interacting with people, and engaging in new opportunities. I love Detroit; and I’m thrilled to be interning at The Blues.
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Tips for Teaching Kids How to Manage Money

Have you thought about teaching your child how to manage money at a young age?

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How Kids Benefit from Learning a Second Language

Picking up a new language is much easier for children than it is for adults. Here’s why learning a new language benefits kids.

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The Benefits of Traveling with Your Children

Find out how kids and adults benefit from family vacations.

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July #MIKidsCan Champion of the Month: Corbin Frazier

Meet our July #MIKidsCan Champion of the Month, Corbin Frazier!

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How to Help Your Kids Build Strong Sibling Relationships

How you can foster strong sibling relationships and why it matters.

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When Does Encouragement Cross the Line into Parental Pressure?

Parenting pressure can have a negative impact on your child’s future.

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The Early Years: Tips for Boosting Your Baby’s Brain Development

During the first years of life much of the essential wiring linked to a baby’s learning is developed.

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