When The Challenges Are Stacked: Raising My Black Daughter With Special Needs
There is joy in parenting black children with special needs. But what happens when you have to educate her and everyone else about the double social stigma?
Birds, Bees and Truelove: a Father’s YA novel Tackles Sex and Abstinence
A respected children's book author opens up an honest conversation about sex by letting his son read his young adult novel, "The Making of Dr. Truelove."
Black Breastfeeding Week: Celebrating the Joy Of Black Moms Who Breastfeed
Breastfeeding was the most amazing feeling EVER—like love personified. This week's annual Black Breastfeeding Week aims to celebrate that joy.
Saying No To Your Child: It’s a GOOD Thing—and They’ll Thank You For It
When did saying no to your child become a bad thing? Writer Lori Tharps asks the questions and gives the perfect answer: just say no.
Black Breastfeeding Week: #LiftEveryBaby To Support Black Moms, Our Children & the Best First Food
Everything you need to know about Black Breastfeeding Week 2015 and why supporting Black breastfeeding mothers is a critical need that can't wait.
I Can Fly Like a Bird In the Sky: Help Blogust Give a Shot@Life To a Child In Need
I mean… I… can fly like a bird in the sky. That quote is the last line of my favorite poem, “Ego Tripping,” from...
#BlogHer15: Experts Among Us: Denene Millner’s Voices of the Year Reading (Video)
Watch MyBrownBaby's Denene Millner read her winning post about Jahi McBath and a Black mother's love in this BlogHer2015 Voices of the Year video.
Black Breastfeeding Week 2015: ‘Lift Every Baby’ In Support Of Black Families and the Best First Food
Celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week 2015 with a call to 'Lift Every Baby' in art, public gatherings and a few awesome Twitter parties.
Confronting My Fear: Lessons from Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me
Ta-Nehisi Coates's Between the World and Me made this mother consider just how much she limits her own children's freedom—and why doing so is wrong.