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.

– Aug 24, 2015

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...

– Aug 17, 2015

#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.

– Aug 13, 2015

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.

– Aug 12, 2015

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.

– Aug 10, 2015

Black and Ugly: Afro Latino Colorism On the Pre-School Playground Forced This Conversation

Afro latino colorism reared its ugly head on a preschool playground, but this little girl leaned on her mom's lessons on self-love to make it through.

– Aug 5, 2015

Homeschooling Black Children: This Is How (and Why!) This Mom Does It. Plus: a Book Giveaway!

Homeschooling Black children took a whole 'nother meaning after this white mom of brown children saw Black history ignored in her children's school.

– Jul 28, 2015

Dear Walmart, Where’s Black Barbie?

When a Black mom can't find a Black Barbie in her local superstore, she's forced to have conversations with her toddler she's not ready to and doesn't want to have. So she's penned a letter getting Walmart together.

– Jul 27, 2015

An Open Letter to Sleep (From an Exhausted Parent)

A new dad to twins realizes that he may never have the relationship with sleep that he used to have. At least he has a sense of humor about it.

– Jul 16, 2015
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