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.
Started From the Bottom and Now I’m Here?
Being the best in the room is great—until you realize you can't grow.
The Freedom to Reject Normal: Teaching Children—and Ourselves—To Color Outside the Lines
What happens when you tear down emotional walls, and decide to be 100 percent you—warts, flaws and all?
Black Boys and Self-Esteem: How To Silence Your Son’s Inner Critic
How can we help our sons develop powerful self-esteem? By helping them confront their inner critics—that nagging voice that points out their failures, inadequacies, and shortcomings.
Nurturing Culture and Pride In Black Children: mater mea’s Agatha Achindu Leads the Way
Showing the beauty, complexity, strength and awesome of Black moms and our children with a celebration of Agatha Achindu, founder and CEO of organic baby food line, Yummy Spoonfuls.
My Biggest Competition Is THIS Woman. Who’s Yours?
This woman represents the standard by which I measure my happiness, efforts and achievements—alternately scaring and inspiring me.
White Mom, Black Daughter, Natural Hair: When Beautiful Means “Different.”
By Stacey Conner “Who does her hair?” she asks me gruffly. I look up from the table where I am trying to manage my four...