“When They See Us”: From a Young Black Mother’s Prospective

It's taken me awhile to process, digest and write about "When They See Us" the Netflix film from director Ava Duvernay. As a African-American mother to an African-American little boy, I have worried about his safety growing up since he was in my belly. I remember watching the Trayvon Martin case when I was pregnant... Continue Reading →

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Halloween Then Vs. Now

I was born in the 80's. A carefree time where life consisted of Smurf Cartoons in the morning and watching Ninja Turtles when I got home from school. Recess was the highlight of my school day. Being an only child wasn't lonely for me all the time. I made up imaginary worlds, drove my dolls... Continue Reading →

Nervous Mama

Many of us are preparing for our children to go back to school. I think even some are back to school already. Some of us have babies going to school for the first time... That's me! My little guy will only be in pre-school this year, but he's super-duper excited! Me.........I'm getting there. I knew... Continue Reading →

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