Single Mom Tax Refund: 9 Ways To Make Your Money Work For You
Single moms and tax refunds can be a match made in heaven—if you know how to work it. Here are nine ways to put your refund to work.
Our Unsung Mothers Of Modern Gynecology: How White History Shades Black Pain
Anarcha, Betsey, and Lucy, Black women, shed blood at the hands of a sadistic doctor who used their bodies for medical experimentation. They are the martyrs—the mothers of modern gynecology. Say their names.
No, I Wasn’t Angry Or Mean. I Was Just a Black Girl In School
Black girls face the double-whammy of race and gender stereotypes in the classroom, and stereotypes and biases are actively pushing them out of class.
‘My Brown Baby’ & Booklist: My New Black Parenting Book Got a Dope Review!
My new Black parenting book, "My Brown Baby: On the Joys and Challenges of Raising African American Children," is about to drop. Get into it!
10 Things You Must Know When Dating as a Single Mom
Dating as a single mom is no joke—it's hard out here. But The Winning Single Mom has some solid tips for how to win at finding love.
Jill Scott’s New Mahogany Greeting Cards Line Is Helping Me Love On My Friends
Mahogany greeting cards teamed up with Jill Scott to create a new line of dope cards that reminds me of the beauty of my friendships.
When it Comes to Colorism, a Little Bit of Crew Love Goes a Long Way
This is what happens when a dark-skinned girl, weighed down by the effects of colorism, hears uplifting words from friends who tell her she's beautiful.
Kam Franklin: Paving Her Own Yellow Brick Road Out Of Emerald City
Kam Franklin, the soul-belting lead of the Gulf Coast Soul band, The Suffers, celebrates her Black Girl Magic—and doing things her way.
Beyonce is Pregnant Again, With Twins! Some MyBrownBaby Advice For Dealing With the Second Kid(s)
Congratulations are in order! Beyonce is pregnant again, this time with twins. We have some solid advice for dealing with baby No. 2 (and 3!).
Facebook Suicide: When a Black Child’s Tragedy Finds Its Way On To Social Media
If the Facebook suicide of Nakia Venant teaches us parents we need to be more vigilant about the mental health of Black children—and take measures to help.
The Skin I’m In: This Afro Latina Defines Who She Is
This Afro Latina mom talks race, ethnicity, nationality and how she defines her identity as a Black Dominican woman with a chocolate baby.