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How many of us are taking the time to ensure our children are taught black history and know their heritage 5 Replies

Especially those of you who have biracial childrenI see so many who are never going to know one side of their background because That parent is not around and the single parent is not making it a…Continue

Started by TriniLopez in Mom's Chat. Last reply by Lisa Bowser Jul 11, 2015.

A Mom for Mom: What do you do when you need a break? 8 Replies

Hey Moms:Happy Holidays and all that good stuff! 31 years young I have to say that I love being a mom and having my hubby around BUT somethings this mommy needs to be mommy'd if you know what I mean.…Continue

Started by Mahogany Momma in Mom's Chat. Last reply by Georgetta Burnett Feb 2, 2014.

We Can Help You With Your Books...

At D.S.C., we work from the inside out! We don’t start with what we can offer but why we do what we do. We’re here to serve. We start by establishing covenant relationships that’s built on trust,…Continue

Tags: eBooks, Amazon, Books, Publishers, Self

Started by Cynthia D. Johnson in Book Excerpts Jan 7, 2014.

Black Parenting Blog

LiL Independent Mindz – New Clothing Line for Our Boys

My lil man is all grown up and styling in his ‘Little Genius’ sweatshirt compliments of LiL Independent Mindz. LIM is a new and improved boys’ line of sweatshirts & graphic t-shirts that focuses on inspirational and positive messages with some cultural designs on clothing. There are many boys’ apparel with graphics, and fancy text. […]

Fostering a Positive Self-Concept in Black Children

By Steve Johnson, creator of the Fearless Five Enhancing the development of a positive self-concept in young, black children is important because it affects behavior related to all aspects of daily life. It is important to know that according to experts, a person’s self-concept is established quite early in life—40 percent of an individual’s mature […]

What do you think of the Belle Trailer?

Between my childhood sitcoms and romance movies, I’ve always enjoyed old English love stories. It’s just unfortunate that they rarely include black actors or stories. I recently came across the Belle Trailer (video + plot below), to be release in spring of 2014. Belle” is inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu […]

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Are Black Women Teaching Their Daughters to Be Mean?

My 4 year old son is attending school for the first time. His school is very diverse and apparently four year olds are very touchy feely little people. They just like to hug. Well, my baby is quite popular with the girls.

We recently went to the Pumpkin Patch and one particular little girl was all over my baby. They were holding hands and hugging. She followed him everywhere he went. On the hay ride there was another little girl that was really upset and very vocal about it. He had… Continue

Posted by Kim S. Godfrey on October 26, 2008 at 9:00pm — 63 Comments

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