No, I Wasn’t Angry Or Mean. I Was Just a Black Girl In School
Black girls face the double-whammy of race and gender stereotypes in the classroom, and stereotypes and biases are actively pushing them out of class.
10 Things You Must Know When Dating as a Single Mom
Dating as a single mom is no joke—it's hard out here. But The Winning Single Mom has some solid tips for how to win at finding love.
When it Comes to Colorism, a Little Bit of Crew Love Goes a Long Way
This is what happens when a dark-skinned girl, weighed down by the effects of colorism, hears uplifting words from friends who tell her she's beautiful.
The Skin I’m In: This Afro Latina Defines Who She Is
This Afro Latina mom talks race, ethnicity, nationality and how she defines her identity as a Black Dominican woman with a chocolate baby.
President Obama Told Sasha and Malia We Gone Be Alright, But We’re Not
President Obama told Sasha and Malia the country will be ok with the new leader and an all-Republican Congress. Maybe for The Obamas. But not for us.
Video of NC Officer Body Slamming a Female Student Should Make You RAGE
An officer body slamming a female student should make us angry. So should administrators that let police officers patrol our children's schools.
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.