WHEN WE BLACK PEOPLE SAY RACISM IS REAL, PLEASE BELIEVE US
It's not merely that racism is still rampant in America -- it's that your reaction to it matters.
On Race & Double Standards: Will Change Ever Come?
When racial double standards play themselves out on this mom's doorstep, she wonders if her daughter will ever see equal justice.
I Refuse to Remain in the Lower Case: the Argument For Capitalizing the “B” In ‘Black People’
W.E.B. Du Bois fought this very same fight almost 100 years ago, arguing that capitalization is an act of recognition and respect.
What Black Educators Are Saying About the Effects of Race On Our Sons
Does a white teacher's inability and unwillingness to deal with their own racial biases lead to stressful interactions with black boys? Educators say yes—and then some.
Husbands, Wives, Toddlers and Lanes: Remembering That Some Stuff Is Just Not That Deep
Simple disagreements don't need to evolve into toddler tantrum-level fits. At least not every time.
Race Factor 101: Raising Kids in a World of Donald Sterlings
Every issue is a teachable moment, especially when it comes to teaching kids about selective outrage.
We #StandWithChirlane: Telling the Truth About Balancing Work & Motherhood
Hello, NY Post? The '50s called—they want their stereotypical mom tropes back.
60 Years After Brown Decision, US Schools More Segregated Than Ever
Many of the advances in desegregating schools made after the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education ruling have stopped—or been reversed.
Moms With HIV: Slaying the Stigma With the #StopHIVTogether Campaign
These women—these heroes—are sharing their stories to help put a human face on the challenges and triumphs they've faced and enjoyed respectively as they've battled the virus.