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Black child suicide rates are twice those of their white peers. When is tough love too much and perhaps it’s time for some soft love instead?

What if Tough Love is too Tough

What If Tough Love In Black Families Is Too Tough?

BLACK CHILDREN ARE STRUGGLING WITH COVID-19 GRIEF BUT Is being Black a precondition for contracting THE CORONAVIRUS? In short, the answer is No.A quick glance at the data shows that Black people are more than twice as likely to die from coronavirus than any other racial group in the United States. The reason being that the conditions under which most people of color live, inadequate […]

How Black Parents Can Help Kids Struggling with COVID-19 Grief

One of the many opportunities to discuss both racial bias and racial pride is in June, as Black Americans across the country celebrate Juneteenth.

Juneteenth: Talking To Black Youth About About Resilience

Juneteenth: Talking To Black Youth About About Resilience

Black males are 2.5 times more likely to be killed by police than white males.

Guiding Black Boys Through The Trauma Of Police Killing Black Men

I am a parent and an assistant professor who teaches an introductory course about humanitarian crises and children, Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE). What we are experiencing with COVID-19 is a humanitarian crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an abrupt shift in the “normal day” and has brought challenges to all of us. In times […]

Black American Parenting During the COVID-19 Crisis

What unprecedented and unpredictable moments we are living in. Perhaps fear of loss of control, safety, and family have been swirling around your mind. You may have many burning questions as you attempt to continue on with life as you’ve known it. I am here to let you know, it’s okay to feel, it’s okay […]

How to Build Resilience in Your Children during the COVID-19 Crisis

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