I’m tired. Tired of fighting for the education system to be more equitable. But white parents, you can help me.
When my daughter started kindergarten, she was confident and proud of her Blackness. By the end of the school year, she was drawing herself as white.
Your kids get to play with Lego police sets and watch Paw Patrol and imagine the police officers as superheroes. Mine don’t.
Parents of Black kids in Canada are looking for alternatives to the public education system. For some, homeschooling is the best solution.
""The stereotypes about basketball culture are so pervasive that anti-Black racism is at work here, regardless of the race of the kids at the courts."
Reducing Black History Month celebrations to one month of the year has done a disservice to Black and non-Black students alike.
I'm not a helicopter mom, I just need to be hyper-involved and vigilant to make sure that my children make it through school without becoming statistics.
Black Panther is a movie steeped in Black empowerment. So is it OK if your non-Black child wants to dress as the superhero for Halloween?
A long commute to work means that I have to cram a whole lot of parenting into one measly hour. Can’t more companies embrace flex work schedules?