Who Am I?

For the last 5 months, FLOC’s Project Based Learning program had students work on a self-portrait series that answered the question: “Who am I?” Each student was responsible for completing a set of self-portrait photographs, poems, and a collage. They were given prompts to help

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What Black History Month Means to Me

By Brandelyn Anderson, Executive Director of For Love of Children My grandparents were legends, and I had no idea. My Nana was the person who picked me up from school, taught me how to read and write, and forced encouraged me to watch the PBS

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Career Night 2020!

Monday night was FLOC’s annual Career Night, and it went off without a hitch! Students enjoyed pizza, games, and career-building activities led by our friends at Deloitte. The night started with introductions and a little game to break the ice. Students chose their favorite celebrity,

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Welcome to the Team!

FLOC is excited to welcome four new additions to our growing team. LaToya Clark, Business Manager Originally from New York, LaToya went to Hampton University for Political Science. LaToya is a proud Zeta Phi Beta sister and loves to rep their signature royal blue and

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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Fred Taylor

When Fred Taylor felt a call to community activism in 1967, he began volunteering with the newly formed For Love of Children (FLOC). Just one year later, Fred was chosen to be FLOC’s first Executive Director, where he remained for the next 37 years. During

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