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Raising a [B]black son in America - The Boston Globe

I thought I could somehow shield my child from the ugly truth of racism just a little longer. But as a very public incident at Fenway showed, I was wrong.

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How Black Mothers Prepare Their Children for School - The Atlantic

What’s Lost When Black Children Are Socialized Into a White World

I interviewed dozens of black mothers about how they help their kids navigate schools where they might be perceived as threats or made to feel unwelcome. 1,847 more words

Critical Black Issues

"🎧March for me, write for me, candle in the night for me, hold your head up high for me🎤"

“…keep on throwing pride for me…and I…will…be…okay. 🎼 ” – Tish Jones

Tish Jones: Poet, Artist, Educator, Lover of Words, Founder and Executive Director, TruArt Speaks! 58 more words

Video Shows NYPD Brutally Punching Black Teens In Violent Subway Brawl

A police confrontation this weekend turned violent, according to a video posted to social media that showed NYPD officers punching a group of mostly Black teenagers in a subway station in Brooklyn early Saturday morning. 552 more words


A Few Signs To Look For Re: Whether or Not Young (Black) Children Are At-Risk for Suicide

As I prepare for my next live stream I thought I’d post the following because while it may seem obvious, she makes some really good points from signs you can look for in your child’s (focusing on ages 5-12 ATM) behavior that may help you save their life, to bullying and what schools and parents need to be doing, as well as a quick note on the need for more diversity among mental health care professionals… Check it out. 487 more words

Mental Health Is Health Care

Freya's Hair Story.

I used to have locks during primary school and at the start of secondary.

I was very happy with my locks. I loved when my mum would take care of my locks. 503 more words

African Hair

STUDY: Most Parents Don't Talk to Their Kids About Race

A new survey from Sesame Workshop says that parents of color are much more likely to talk to their kids about identity than their White counterparts. 581 more words