In March, the United States mailed out invitations to complete the 2020 Census to homes all across the country. For…

Congratulations! You’ve made the first step in your commitment to a healthier lifestyle. How does it feel? Can you feel…

In cities across the United States, black activists are denouncing state-sanctioned violence and demanding radical changes to American policing. Black women leaders occupy a central role in these movements. Utilizing public spaces—such as city parks and streets—they are advocating for equality and justice and giving voice to historical truths many Americans find uncomfortable. From the activist Tamika Mallory, who spoke before a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis, to the Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, who promoted the growing movement to defund the police, black women are at the forefront of the protests sparked by the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Tony McDade.

There are so many things happening all at once.

We’re in the midst of a pandemic but most importantly, for many of us, we are living the harsh nightmare of racial injustice.

The murder of George Floyd has brought our outcry to a feverish pitch and we must do everything we can right NOW to make a difference.

So what can we do?

Water will not kill my daughters. I need them to be able to have the skills set to, if in…

We’d heard about Covid-19. It was all over the news. Early reports of the virus didn’t send me into a…

We all have a hair story I can remember being 12 and deciding I wanted dread locs, my hair was…

By now I think we’ve used this word more in the past week than we will in our lifetimes. Is it just me or are you guys sick of hearing it too? Of course we have to be vigilant during these uncertain times and being careful and cautious are without question the number one priority but unfortunately being confined can often times lead to boredom and restlessness especially when you have children. So I bring to you,

As the coronavirus began to take over media reports in the last few weeks, I began to do my due…

Mary Beatrice Who is Mary? Mary Beatrice Davidson Kenner (May 17, 1912 – January 13, 2006, age 93) was born…

In 2011 when I went natural….for the 1st time (yes, there’s levels to this) I did it for health reasons….

February is that time of the year when the calendar insists on celebrating the same two things that I do:...

The topic of slavery, the elephant in the room no one wants to talk about. With my son only being…

There’s nothing like crispy, juicy, fresh outta the grease fried chicken (Disclaimer, although tasty – anything fresh out of hot…

Are you a Black Mommi, or are you a Mommi that’s Black? No, that’s not a misprint—that’s the actual question....

As a firm believer in the saying, “You gotta believe the messenger before you can believe the message” I’ll go…

Ah, the married life. It’s a wonderful adventure isn’t it? When I was younger I pictured myself meeting the man…

Oh boy, what a difference a year can make in your life! When we started 2019 my boys did not…

Please let those of us who want to laugh for a few moments, do that without your judgement. Without your claims of being unpatriotic. We may laugh for a moment but I can assure you that most of us are praying just as hard if not harder for peace because that is what we have and will continue to strive for as black people, safer and better days for not and not just for our children but for humanity.

If you’re a Mommi who loves to read or download and listen on the go (we're not here to judge)...

As much of the nation was getting back to work after a few days off, Meg Thee Stallion took to…

Black mom hosts ‘job fair’ at home to teach her kids about the importance of working for your money By…

I’ve had enough of watching cell phone footage and or body cam videos of children assaulted by school resource officers….

For the majority of my life, I was of the mindset that it was okay to bypass all the romantic…

Don’t marry outside of your race. Never date someone who has a different background than your background. Definitely don’t link…

A few months into her second pregnancy, she needed to read an article about black motherhood that wasn’t a horror story. So she decided to explore the joys of being a black mother despite the negative maternal health statistics they face. Her article didn’t blow up a scary statistic, an alarming anecdote or a gut-clenching quote.

As a black woman, giving birth in America is dangerous. We've heard stories from Serena Williams, Allyson Felix and countless...

When we see Botham Jean we see our sons and we continue to do everything we can to be a voice for our slain sons! MommiNation

Or so I thought…Let me take you back to the moment in time where absolutely nothing changed my life forever….

Have you heard all the buzz that came out of the Revolt Summit in Atlanta?There were Master Classes, interactive panels and legendary keynote speakers.It was hosted in Atlanta over 3 days with the goal of informing the community, allowing for networking opportunities and bridging the gap! Some of Hip Hop’s biggest stars were in the building.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, arguably the greatest female sprinter of all time won her fourth World Championship 100m title in Doha at the Track and Field World Championships! She now has more 100m titles than the great Usain Bolt.But why are we so excited…Because she’s one of us!Shelly-Ann became a Mom two years ago and celebrated her victory with son Zion Pryce!

We know, like us, you’re probably wondering what’s the latest on all the Trump stuff?Well, there’s a whistleblower who has put President Trump in a really tough position and here’s what a few outlets and prominent people are saying:

Black Moms Try Other Black Moms’ Cooking

The police in Northern Virginia are investigating a report by a black 12-year-old girl that three white boys in her grade held her down, covered her mouth and cut off lengths of her dreadlocks on a playground at their private Christian school.

In one of the most compelling TED Talks we’ve ever seen Kimberlé Crenshaw  looks boldly at the reality of race and gender bias! Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term “intersectionality” to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you’re standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you’re likely to get hit by both. In this moving talk, she calls on us to bear witness to this reality and speak up for victims of prejudice

Women of color, and black women in particular, have a complex history in relation to work and the institution of marriage, in part because of how racism, stereotypes, and structural biases have shaped policy decisions, opportunities, and the lives of people of color in the past and present day. This context shapes the experiences of women of color in the United States and should be taken into account when analyzing any data relating to their lives.