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Thank you for visiting the Parental Empowerment Institute, where good parents become great parents!  We improve relationships between parents and children by using emotional intelligence strategies.

We also specialize in building relationships between schools and parents by providing strategies to help parents support their children’s academic, behavioral and social needs in school and at home.  


Legal support may be provided to parents who qualify.

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Children's Museum of Atlanta


The museum has always offered interactive activities for the toddler set, but after the expansion and renovation, it now keeps older kids engaged, too. Be a Waffle House cook for the day, play and learn in one of the special traveling exhibits or attend one of the fun, daily programs. 275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW, Atlanta.


Visit the website for more details:


632 Peeples St. SW

​Atlanta, Ga. 30310   

​Tel: 678.408.1454 



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Parent of the Month

May 2024

Andrea Parham


Andrea, is honored as, "Parent of the Month", from all of us at Parental Empowerment Institute! She is the proud mother of two children.  Her outstanding commitment and service to her family and our community is remarkable.

As a manager and corporate trainer for one of America's largest health insurance providers, she teaches strategies for maximizing the capacity of your insurance plan. Andrea also makes sure everyone's medical coverage in her larger extended family is appropriate and providing them the coverage they need.  

   We appreciate you Andrea!


Sweet Auburn Revisited at the APEX Museum! 

3 Reasons to Visit the APEX Museum:

  1.  Africa the Untold Story fulfills the advice of Dr. Asa Hilliard, "Never let them begin our history with slavery." Learn about the richest continent in the world, its people, its contributions and its culture throughout the last 6,000 plus years.             

  2. The Journey: Actor Ossie Davis as narrator will carry you on The Journey of Africa and the many contributions to the world made by men and women of color.    

  3. Visit the street FORTUNE Magazine in 1957 called "the Richest Negro Street in the world." Watch the presentation narrated by Cicely Tyson and Julian Bond as they carry you down Sweet Auburn to meet the men and women that made her "sweet."   

June - July




Game-o-Rama features board-game tournaments, panels on game design and player strategy, and a flea market of games at Atlanta Marriott Alpharetta.

Black History Tour


The city of Atlanta leads an African-American History Tour of important graves at Oakland Cemetery. Free registration:  Contact Marcy Breffle at or (404) 688-2107

For more information about events in Atlanta visit the Atlanta Events Calendar:
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