A heartfelt Thank You to the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama and his family.
One mom’s emotional reflection on parenting in the era of increased gun violence.
While the myth of the absent black father has been debunked again and again, it doesn’t negate the reality that some dads could be doing much better by their daughters.
As a thinking child of color being raised and educated in the United States, it doesn’t take long to recognize your place in this country’s celebrated history. During the 1787 Constitution Convention, the same folks that declared “all men are created equal” also drafted the Three-Fifths Compromise which counted non-voting enslaved Africans as three-fifths of a person. Those same men denied women the right to vote. This conflict between principle and practice was a theme throughout history and still resonates today.
Failure and loss are parts of life. As a child, these experiences can be devastating. Here are five tips to help your child overcome setbacks.
An Afro-Latina mom’s experience parenting a multicultural child.
As good parents we are constantly evaluating how our children are doing and how our parenting is helping to provide a supportive environment that lets our kids grow. It’s easy to feel inadequate. Here are 5 things I’ve learned can show my love when I feel like I am falling short.