To the Lady Who Called My Toddler a ‘Thug.’
Stereotyping Black boys, even toddlers, comes a tad too easy for some, as discovered by this white mom of a Black son.
Powerless Black Mothers: Protecting Our Sons From Stereotypes, Danger Feels Impossible
This mom is raising three Black sons who love loud music and hoodies. And she's scared to death she won't be able to protect them from the tyranny of stereotypes.
Seriously, Can We Stop Calling Cops On Little Black Kids Already?
Omari Grant, 11, had a cop's gun shoved in his face for doing what kids do—which is what happens when adults refuse to acknowledge the humanity of Black children.
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.
#DangerousBlackKids Shows the Cuteness—and Humanity—Of Our Babies
In the wake of the Michael Dunn verdict, #DangerousBlackKids is a deliciously brilliant way to show the humanity of African American children.
I’m A Black Single Mom and Black People Stereotype Me Like Crazy
This single Black mom is always subject to stereotypes, but it never ceases to amaze her that the majority of ridicule comes from others in her race.
Just Say “NO” To the Stereotyping of African American Parents and Other Moms and Dads Of Color
Like, what kid doesn’t dig the park? Mari loved the slide, you know? And the monkey bars. And especially when I pushed her on the...