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Two Black moms show how they are raising their children outside of the United States for the better and are thriving as a family.

Successful Black Parenting

More Black Moms Raising Their Children Outside The U.S.

Start the Movement Right From Your Living Room: Positioning Your Black Children as Change Agents, Historians & CreativesWhew! The academic year is finally over and the summer is in full swing. The previous academic year ended in an unprecedented fashion, and left parents questioning the quality of their child’s distance education experience. Considering that several […]

A Movement: Positioning Black Youth As Change Agents, Historians, & Creatives

In the present day and age, there is no denying that we live life at a fast pace, and because of this accidents are an inevitability. However, if your child has had the misfortune of sustaining an injury and the incident was not caused by your error, then you should not simply accept what has […]

Hiring An Attorney If Your Child Has Been Hurt

Tsakani got her first period at age 13 and her sisters threw her a First Moon Period Party as her rites of passage into the beginning of womanhood.

Menstrual Period Party

Girls’ Rites of Passage – WOMBmanhood Period Party

This podcast is a panel of proactive Black parents that explores approaches and provides resources for other Black parents protecting Black children.

The Talk

The Talk: Discussing The Ugly Truth About Racism in America

Educating your children at home brings the power to choose what they learn. MoMo Productions/Getty Images Monisha Bajaj, University of San FranciscoMy 6-year-old hates the British. To be more specific, the British Empire that ruled over up to a quarter of the world’s land by the early 1900s. Hates that one of the biggest diamonds […]

For Parents Of Color, Schooling At Home Can Be An Act Of Resistance

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