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Baby Blues or Post Partum Depression?: What Every Black Mom Needs to Know

There’s baby blues and then there’s something more. Depression is still a taboo topic in our community, but knowing the signs of post partum depression is the best thing you can do for you and your baby. Learn the difference.

Living the Dream: 10 Steps to Raising Kids With Character

  Martin Luther King dreamed of a time when we would all be judged not by the color of our skin, but by the content of our character. But what has happened to character in our materialistic society? Here are 10 expert tips for raising children with the kind of character MLK dreamed of.

Living the Dream: 10 Steps to Raising Kids With Character

  Martin Luther King dreamed of a time when we would all be judged not by the color of our skin, but by the content of our character. But what has happened to character in our materialistic society? Here are 10 expert tips for raising children with the kind of character MLK dreamed of.

NYC Screening & Discussion with Tonya Lewis Lee And Her Documentary on Jan. 20th. Don’t Miss It!

                                    Tonya Lewis Lee is on a mission to help save our babies. Come meet Tonya and join us for a screening of Tonya’s new doumentary "Crisis in the Crib, Saving Our Nation’s Babies" on January 20th in [...]

Keep Your Resolution Girl! Tips to Boost Your Weight Loss

                        Sure, this is how we start off the year! But after a while, it’s hard to keep your weight loss resolutions. Don’t give up! Check out a few simple tips to boost your weight loss.

Haiti On My Mind: Tragedy & Poverty Make a Dangerous Mix, So We Pray

Last night, the children and I said a special prayer. I mean, we pray every night. But last night called for a down on your knees, prostrate yourself down on the floor type of prayer. You know the kind where you know you need to be in the most humblest of positions for what you [...]

My Rant on Reid: Thank you Senator for your wrongs, I have learned a lot.

Like any mom, I’m always looking for a teachable moment. In school, at the dinner table or in the check out line. The other day, I was searching for one in the news (I know, crazy right??) The constant bombardment of coverage of Sen. Reid’s racial faux pas on every cable news network was so [...]

Are You Fortified? The Facts About Folic Acid: What Every Black Woman Needs to Know