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We asked black mothers how they find their joy. This is what they said.

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... Read More

Officer that killed Jean Botham gets 10 years. Was justice served?

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... Read More

I’m Sure It’s Nothing…

Or so I thought…Let me take you back to the moment in time where absolutely nothing changed my life forever. It was March of 2011, just six months after having... Read More

The Gems You Might Have Missed at The Revolt Summit!

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... Read More

Mommi Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is The World’s Fastest Woman… AGAIN!

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... Read More

The Trump Impeachment Scandal

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... Read More

Black Moms Try Other Black Moms’ Soul Food

Black Moms Try Other Black Moms' Cooking... Read More

Black Virginia Girl Says White Classmates Cut Her Dreadlocks on Playground

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... Read More

The Urgency Of Intersectionality

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... Read More

Breadwinning Mothers Continue To Be the U.S. Norm

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... Read More