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Kimberly Selected As Commentator & Blog Expert for National “Break Time for Nursing Mothers” Campaign

Kimberly Seals Allers, multi-media journalist, breastfeeding advocate and author of The Mocha Manual series of books for mothers of color, has been named a commentator and blogger for Break Time for Nursing Mothers, a national campaign to increase awareness of a federal law to support breastfeeding working mothers.

Cable Industry Launches “Diversity on Demand” Initiative for More Multi-Cultural Programming –And Our Very Cool Giveaway!!

Check out the new Diversity on Demand Initiative, but first “Like”  and leave a comment on the Mocha Manual facebook page for a chance to win a very cool Diversity on Demand promo pack including a tote bag, Snuggie and pop pack for your next movie night-in.

Fighting With Your Tween Over Going Out? Try This G.O. Checklist (As Featured on PIX11 News)

There was always drama with my tween when she wanted to go to a party or event. I had questions like who was going to be there, how many parents were supervising and if any boys would be there.

The Importance of ‘World Breastfeeding Week’ In My Piece of the World

Mocha Manual CEO Kimberly Seals Allers gives her unique perspective on the importance of breastfeeding to the African American female community, tracing its roots through slavery to the modern-day “formula movement.”

Mama’s Milk: A Lesson in Breastfeeding

Given the high infant mortality rates in the African American community, we have to make sure that we give our kids every chance at having the healthiest start in life.

LactoMama: My Black Breastfeeding Superhero

With whipping out only one breast, I am capable of feeding my entire family.

Is Slavery Why Black Women Aren’t Breastfeeding?

“First Food” is Real Food Justice

Black Celebrities Divided on Breastfeeding

Kimberly, Long Island, NY. Journalist