Welcome:-). My name is Latagia, Tagi for short, and I'm a writer, blogger, and freelance journalist. I'm also a Pro-Black and proud Afro-American woman, millennial, wife, mother, macro social worker, child welfare reform activist, parental rights and social justice advocate, parent mentor and founder, president and executive director of the National African American Families First and Preservation Association (NAFPA) a groundbreaking organization dedicated to the protection of the Black Family through policy and legislative advocacy. In addition to NAFPA, I founded both #BlackMothersForCPSAbolition and #BlackMothersForChildWelfareReform campaigns. As a First-Gen from an extremely low-income single parent background and household, I am happy to announce that I recently graduated with my Masters in Social Work specializing in policy. I am a staff writer and journalist for the award-winning online publication socialworkhelper.com where I cover child welfare news and other social justice topics. I also write frequently for my Medium advocacy blog and publication Tagi's World. I am a hopeless Quoran with over one million answer views. When not writing, advocating, or mentoring, I like to watch History Channel, PBS, and Discovery ID documentaries which drives my family crazy. I currently reside in Detroit with my husband Rev. Laverne Tyronce Sr. and our three-year-old son Laverne Jr.