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The Year of the Black Woman: The First African American Woman Vice-Presidential Candidate – Senator Kamala Harris

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

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What to do with your children while schools are closed #Covid19

As a mother who use to homeschool my daughter I have some fun and helpful tricks to ease the time and make the day fly by! For the past several weeks everyone has been on high alert concerned about their health amid the coronavirus outbreak. To top it all off, parents have especially been concerned… Continue reading What to do with your children while schools are closed #Covid19

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Advocating for African American Women’s right to receive the Best Maternal Healthcare | #4thTrimester Conference

Community Advocate and Urban Mommy Inc founder Monique Norington Joseph shared that Unlike 80% of the women in the room yesterday, she was at one point in a pool of statistics that says, ”African American women are three to four times more likely to die during or after delivery than are white women.” And According… Continue reading Advocating for African American Women’s right to receive the Best Maternal Healthcare | #4thTrimester Conference

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Advocating For Your Own Healthcare at the 4th Trimester Arizona Conference

The fourth trimester, better known as the time after the baby comes home, can be a trying time. The 4th Trimester Arizona Conference, now in its third year, focuses on education, family support, and connection.    Join us on March 7, 2020 at the i.d.e.a museum with our very own Urban Mommy Inc. founder, Monique Norington-Joseph. She… Continue reading Advocating For Your Own Healthcare at the 4th Trimester Arizona Conference

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The Average Black Girl: Black History Month

Some of my friends in the past have asked me, "Why do you celebrate Black History Month?" The question in itself has made me question why they would even ask me.. But here a little history: The history of its celebrations dates back to 1926 when it was celebrated for one week. It wasn't until… Continue reading The Average Black Girl: Black History Month