Mater Mea: Denene Millner of MyBrownBaby Shares the Joy of Black Motherhood On The Most Gorgeous Site!
The Black parenting site, mater mea, celebrates Denene Millner, celebrity memoirist and founder of MyBrownBaby, in its latest issue.
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.
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.
Downtime For Busy Moms: For Mothers Who Had Red Velvet Cake & Soda For Breakfast When the Duties Got Too Much
Sometimes stepping away from the craziness of motherhood is as necessary as... air.
Finding Joy After A Stillbirth: mater mea’s Takiema Bunche-Smith On Parenting Through the Pain
Showing the beauty, complexity, strength and awesome of Black moms and our children with a celebration of Takiema Bunche-Smith, educator.
What Surprises Me Most About Motherhood: mater mea’s Nana Eyeson-Akiwowo Tells It Like It Is
Showing the beauty, complexity, strength and awesome of Black moms and our children with a celebration of Nana Eyeson-Akiwowo, founder of African Health Now.
LeBron James’ Love Letter To Single Moms On The Shriver Report
LeBron James' sweet letter to his single mom—his champion—will make you want to call your mama and say, "thank you."