The Stories We Tell: ‘The Reunion,’ A New Short Film, Makes Its Writer Embrace Fear
As she works on her new short film, "The Reunion," this writer works through hear fear of failure and embraces the art form.
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 Joys of Being An African American Mom: An #MBIBMoms Twitter Chat with MyBrownBaby
Not everything about being an African American mom is about race. Sometimes, the little things confound and bring great joy.
The Working Mom’s Survival Kit: 15 Ways to Make Life More Manageable
Be clear: I CAN NOT do it all. But this has a few tricks up her sleeve to make what I can do a little easier.
Born to Wash Cars: The Journey to Uncovering You and Your Child’s Purpose
Giving your child the gift of discovering what she was "born" to do.
We #StandWithChirlane: Telling the Truth About Balancing Work & Motherhood
Hello, NY Post? The '50s called—they want their stereotypical mom tropes back.
My Black is Beautiful: What Happens When You Say Yes?
It's so easy for us busy moms to say, "no," when good opportunities come along. But what happens when we say, "yes"?
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.