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School and Race Relations: Kid-Friendly Rebuttals for the Baltimore Riots

A man was killed by the people who are supposed to “protect” the public. Mommies, here are a few kid-friendly rebuttals for the Baltimore Riots…. More

#KidLit4Justice: 7 Books To Help You Discuss Race With Your Child

Educators and librarians took to Twitter and shared some of their favorite books used to aide the conversations on Race in America…. More

Help Your Child Understand Baltimore (And Other Tragedies)

Why is Mommy crying? Why is everyone so mad? What is going on? It’s our job to take care of our children, and helping them to understand what’s going on in the world around them is part of our duties…. More

Kids & Self Control: New Study Reveals Link to Career Success

While we normally chalk this behavior up to kids simply acting out the lack of self control in children is now showing a real impact into adulthood & unemployment. … More

What To Do When Your Child Hates Preschool

This may not be your first time at the rodeo, but it doesn’t get any easier when your child hates preschool. What do you do?… More

Are Black Women Ready For Hillary Clinton?

This time around, Clinton seems to be positioning herself as the candidate who will fight for everyday Americans. But are Black women buying it? … More

Hunger Games Star Amandla Stenberg: Lessons On Black Culture

Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg, 16, is giving a quick history lesson on elements of Black culture as well as cultural appropriation. But what she really does in her video is remind us of the importance of our teens’ voices. … More

Navigating Independent School Education?: Top Five Tips for Families of Color

Navigating independent school education and admissions can be daunting, but don’t let it overwhelm you. Get the best for your child with these tips…. More

A School Dress Code for Parents?! Yes, Please!

I’d much rather have school administrators mulling over ways to boost literacy rates and keep our schools safe than how to regulate what I’m wearing when I drop my kids off in the morning. Shouldn’t we, as parents, already know better?… More