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It's A Winter Wonderland!

The Weather Outside May be Frightful, but This Issue is so Delightful!

The Gullah Island Experience Find out what you missed at the 2005 African-American Homeschoolers Family & Friends Vacation as Monica Utsey shares what took place....Read More

Single Parent Homeschooler: No Boundaries, No Limitations Whether you have experienced a divorce, are separated, widowed or happily single, the idea of homeschooling your children can seem a bit out of the ordinary. But, many African American women won't let their immediate situations deter them from the option of homeschooling...Read On

AAHFFV Plans are underway for the 2006 African-American Homeschoolers Family & Friends Vaction.  Where will we camp this summer?  Cast your vote and you decide!  Read On

African-American Homeschooling Today!  Daily homeschooling tips, plus the latest in parenting, education and culture news... Read On.

Family Profile Meet Daphne Osunlade Edwards of Dallas, Texas single parent homeschooling mother of two...Read More

Product Review Panel Do you and your family like to read books, listen to music, play games or watch DVDs?  If so, you may be a perfect candidate for the FUNgasa Product Review Panel... Read On

Homeschool Survey Complete the African-American Homeschool Survey and your name will be entered to win a SPECIAL PRIZE in our montlhy drawing!  Take the Survey Today
The Marafiki Directory "Marafiki" is Kiswahili for "Friends" and this directory is for homeschool parents and students to meet and connect...Read More

About FUNgasa  Would you like to comment on something you've read? Do you have an article to submit for our next issue? Learn how you can contribute to the #1 Magazine for African-American Homeschoolers... Read On


In the Next Issue Coming this Spring in FUNgasa...Read On


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