We The People: Peep the Black Girl Magic In this Powerful Teen Girls Poem
When four Black teen girls get together to write a slam poem about race, transracial adoption, single parent families and skin color, it's Black Girl Magic.
Body Acceptance: A History Of The Woman Before You
A mom takes a journey to her body's past, paving the way for body acceptance—and loving herself from head to toe, unconditionally.
Feminist Fathers: A Dad Makes The Case For Why Fathers Should Be Feminists
When his baby girl was born, this father checked his privilege and embraced this simple concept: feminist fathers make the world safer for their daughters.
Trump Election: How To Talk To Your Kids About This Mess
Oh, be clear: like many of you, the day after the Trump election, I woke up not quite sure what to say to the girlpies....
It Matters: Vote in Tuesday’s 2016 Presidential Election
This is our house—our America. And when our house is chaotic and disorganized and dirty, we clean it. Because it is ours. We own it. Vote. It still matters.
My Black Son Could’ve Been Shot By Police In My House
When her Black son forgets the secret word needed to turn off the burglar alarm, this mom imagines the very worst: police showing up to her doorstep.
Voting While Black: How To Make #BlackLivesMatter At the Polls
Voting While Black is using digital guides to help voters cast ballots against prosecutors they say are patently anti #BlackLivesMatter.
Black To School: How To Prepare Gifted Brown Babies for Success
Protecting your young, gifted and Black child in schools full of teachers and students who do not look like them is possible. Here, three great ways to get it done.
Kids and Police Violence: 10 Things Schools Can Do Today for Black Students
From the the foul responses to Colin Kaepernick’s silent protest to recent killings of unarmed Black people, black children's trauma is real. Here's how schools can help.