Psst… White People: Paul Ryan Doesn’t Care About You Either

If you think Paul Ryan's foolish comments about poverty and lazy inner city folk is simply about Black men, think again.

– Mar 19, 2014

Sheryl Sandberg’s #BanBossy Campaign Is Disappointing. And Dumb.

When black girls are undereducated, bullied, stereotyped and left behind, it's hard to take Sheryl Sandberg's trite #BanBossy campaign seriously.

– Mar 13, 2014

A Working Black Mom of Five Sounds Off: Don’t Label Me

For working Black moms who have large families and get judged because of it: a little encouragement from a mom of five.

– Mar 12, 2014

I’m a Young, Childless Black Woman and I’m Afraid To Have a Black Son

Ultimately all human life is fragile, but the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis show us that the lives of black boys can be disproportionately ephemeral.

– Mar 11, 2014

Why This White Mom Loves MyBrownBaby

A white mother of brown children explains why she find solace, strength and home in MyBrownBaby.com.

– Mar 10, 2014

Lean In and Have It All—Finding Work/Life Balance, YOUR Way

Being a good mom and wife and leading a purpose-driven life is important to moms. Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts explains how she balances the three.

A Black Father Talks His Son Through a Kevin Hart Joke and the Fine Art of Stereotyping

A Kevin Hart joke that plays on stereotypes inspires a "King" to school his "prince" on the importance of image.

– Feb 28, 2014

Mothers Like Me: Wrestling with ‘Love My Enemies,’ Especially Those Who Kill Our Babies

When it comes to forgiving the killers of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis, a Christian mom wrestles with her faith's mandate to "love my enemies."

A Message to White Friends Who Don’t Like What I Write About Race

A writer says she can’t undo an experience that left an indelible mark on her racial psyche.

– Feb 24, 2014

In the Gray: Teaching my Daughter How to Use Faith AND Wisdom in Relationships

We all live in the murky, gray area that exists between our core values and the wisdom needed to deal with reality. How do we teach our children to discern the difference if we're confused about it, too?