Knowledge is power, and sometimes it takes more than just love for a white mom to prepare her Black teen daughter for the world we live in.
My baby and I already had a higher chance of dying during delivery, but when my fear turned to panic, only one person in the room could help: the one who looked like me.
Alicia Cox Thomson was raised to embrace both her Bajan and Polish cultures, and feels it’s crucial that her own kids embrace their blackness.
Alicia Cox Thomson
The race scholar, dad and best-selling author is one of our most influential parents because he always made it home for bedtime while schooling the world on race.
I thought we'd get a sweet "first haircut" memory for the baby book, but it was derailed by systemic racism.