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Black Mothers Missing Once Again from Palin Debate

Whenever there is a mommy issue in this country, be it working moms vs. stay-at-home moms, maternity leave options that aren’t from the Dark Ages, or parenting advice, black women are decidedly not in the mix. Lately, as you know, there’s been a lot of brouhaha over McCain’s vp pick, Sarah Palin. She reportedly went […]

Bottoms Up Big Bellies!, the FDA, BPA and other Scary-isms s

Talk about trick or treat. This week a study came out revealing that when the FDA, the biggest drug pushers in the government, tried to tell us a few months ago, that BPA is not harmful to our babies and that all those chemicals in the plastic of our bottles and food storage items won’t […]

Mocha Manual Pay it Forward Month!

Hello Mocha Manual world! The most amazing thing happened to me yesterday and I just have to tell everyone about it. Well, I was trying to be cute by switching up my handbag, which of course, leaves you at a high risk for the curse of leaving something behind in the previous bag. That is […]

New Stuff for Dads!

Okay everyone, After years of receiving emails from men asking, "what about me?" and "what about the dads?" I finally, finally have an answer–the new Mocha Man collection, a bunch of fun, expressive tees for Dads and Dads-to-be. We celebrated our amazing black fathers and the launch of the new collection with our Diapering Dad […]

Robin Roberts, Good Morning America and Fox 5 with Dari Alexander

Ok ladies, it has been a very busy week here at The Mocha Manual. First, in case you haven’t heard our big news the Mocha Manual to a Fabulous Pregnancy DVD will be on sale in Walmart stores and on walmart.com starting April 12th. You’ll be hearing a lot more in the next few weeks…just […]

A Call for Powerful Parenting!

Ladies, This weekend I had a major mommy breakthrough. Actually, call it, a blaring realization. Let me tell you about it. As you may know, I had the privilege to participate in a panel discussion on parenting with Rev. Run and Justine Simmons and the director of the New York State Fatherhood Alliance at this […]

A Call to Action for Black Moms!

There’s been a recent wave of black mothers seriously harming their children, and I’m concerned. Last week, there was this story on CNN http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/03/12/children.thrown.ap/index.html about a 27 year-old woman who threw her two boys, aged 6 and 8, over a freeway overpass. A few weeks ago, things hit closer to home for me when Latrice […]