According to the CDC in recent years in the United States, black mothers die three to four times the rate of white mothers. The unfortunate reality is that 60% of these deaths can be prevented. Here’s what we know: Black women are 22 percent more likely to die from heart disease than white women. Black women are… Continue reading Black Doctor Dies After Giving Birth, Underscoring Maternal Mortality Crisis | MedPage Today
The world knows that having a woman on the ticket is important. But having a Black woman speaks to the strength of the diversity of the Democratic party. We are beyond elated and excited to support Vice-President Joe Biden's pic. Senator Kamala Harris. 1992 was called the year of the woman. 2020 is the Year… Continue reading The Year of the Black Woman: The First African American Woman Vice-Presidential Candidate – Senator Kamala Harris
Stress, Anxiety, School closures, possible homeschooling, Online classes...are you feeling overwhelmed? Moms everywhere are feeling pressured as schools get reqdy to open amid Covid19. Get these tips to help.
This year, Father’s Day is celebrated on Sunday, June 21. Psychological research across families from all ethnic backgrounds suggests that a father’s affection and family involvement help promote children’s social and emotional development. The American Psychological Association has resources for families about the changing role of today’s father. Celebrate our dads on June 21! Courtesy… Continue reading Celebrating Dads
The day that your lives began to be disrupted is the day that you actually started to notice me. See, here’s the thing. As long as there were peaceful protests....you were okay with that. As long as the protests remained in the inner cities.... You didn’t bat an eyelash. Now the protests are coming to… Continue reading I’m Not Your Conscious! Open Letter to White Women #FreedomConversation #JuneTeenth #BlackLivesMatter