Imagine this…You are living in Atlanta, Donald Trump has just won the election. You are shocked, you are in disbelief. You look over at your young son, his Black life matters more than anything in the world to you. Like so many Black mothers in the US, you worry for his future, you stress atContinue reading “Living Your Best Life While Doing Life Afraid”
Having a three year old sucks. Anyone who tells you differently is either delusional or on a strong dose of Vicodin or likely both….because they have a three year old, or as that age is now commonly known- a ‘threenager.’ On episode three of the Woke Mommy Chatter podcast, I am talking to three fellowContinue reading “The Traumatic Three’s, Elsa and the Black Village gone wrong”
How do you talk to your kids about racial tension? In an alternate universe down south in Charlottesville, Virginia, Bellamy Shoffner is writer and photographer struggling with the same issue. She wanted to start a discourse on social justice issues issues facing many marginalized people and so she did what writers do, when they areContinue reading “Holding the Line Against Hate”
We talk about the history of wet nursing and the real stigma that comes with black women using their breasts to feed babies that originated in slavery. ‘That “slavery sh*t” as one woman referred to it
The one where we talk about interracial dating and identity. Don’t forget to subscribe and download the latest episode of the Woke Mommy Chatter Podcast. This week I continue my conversation with fellow Woke Moms Rochelle and Carla. We talk mixed race kids and identity, perception and micro-aggressions. Be sure to tune in, like andContinue reading “Woke Mommy Chatter- The Podcast: Episode 2”
No. No no no no no no. Apple’s new VP of diversity and inclusion is All Lives Mattering her new role. She was on a panel discussing diversity and basically said that her focus will be on everyone and that you can have 12 white guys in a room and they will be diverse asContinue reading “Dear Apple- no 12 white men in a room does not reflect diversity.”
And black women and their men everywhere are nodding their heads at this. You know when you get home and that straight wig comes off, and your hairs braided and your wrapping it up in all its black glory. Sad but true.