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.
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...