How to Talk to White Children About Race: Here’s How To Avoid Raising Another Rachel Dolezal

Want to avoid raising a delusional kid who thinks being Black is "cool"? Consider these tips for how to talk to white children about race.

– Jul 23, 2015

The Attack On Black Single Mothers: Outrunning Stereotypes, Carrying the Burden

Black mothers are forced to expend energy trying to outrun the idea that they are bad mothers who birth and then neglect bad kids with uninvolved, bad daddies. And that's a sin and a shame.

– Jul 13, 2015

Bless Your Heart: Turning 40 as the Mother of a Pre-Schooler

Turning 40 has put a lot of perspective in this mom's journey—and made her appreciate it all the more.

My Fourth of July Was No Celebration: Reflecting On What It Means To Be Black and Seek True Freedom

With the tragic Charleston murders still heavy on our hearts, celebrating the Fourth of July was particularly dicey for African Americans who are feeling like freedom is fast disappearing for Black folk.

– Jul 6, 2015

Black to the Bone: What Rachel Dolezal Will NEVER Understand About Race, Blackness and This Here Brown Skin

Rachel Dolezal can say she's Black all she wants to. But she'll never BE Black. Ever.

– Jun 17, 2015

Harm & Neglect: a Black Lives Matter Public Service Announcement (VIDEO)

Black lives matter. Activist Torri Stuckey makes it plain in this spoken word PSA.

– Jun 12, 2015

Video of the Texas Cop Attacking Black Children Offers 5 Valuable Lessons For What Kids Should Do In Such Volatile Situations

The chilling video of the Texas cop attacking Black children like some kind of over-caffeinated Meth fiend puts fear into my heart for my Black children—but also provides textbook training for what they should do if ever faced with a similar situation.

– Jun 9, 2015

The Truth About Black Fathers: Celebrating the Man Who Raised Me on Father’s Day

I need only to look at the unequivocal love of my father to know, for sure, that good Black fathers are not a fairytale.

– Jun 8, 2015

Black Family Faces Jail Time For Cheering At Graduation, Plus Other MyBrownBaby Fresh Links

A Black family is charged with the latest new crime for African Americans: cheering at graduation, plus links to stories about the benefits of delayed umbilical chord clamping and voices of mothers around the world.

– Jun 5, 2015

Love, Black Boys: A Conversation About Growing Up Black In America (VIDEO)

In this short documentary, young Black boys and men explain the particular challenges they face growing up Black in America.

– Jun 2, 2015
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