Tag Archives: race and parenting

No, I’m Not Her Mammy, Thanks

I’ve been a mama for eight years, nine if you consider the 36 weeks my uterus was being rented out by my daughter Tiny Smalls. I’ve been a Black woman for over three decades and have experienced various levels of … Continue reading

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I don’t talk about strollers; I talk about race

written by Love Isn’t Enough contributor Liz Dwyer; originally published at Los Angelista’s Guide to the Pursuit of Happiness Mom blogger. There’s a whole lot of mom bloggers these days. But what is a mom blogger? Is she a mom … Continue reading

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More from CNN: Parents react to children’s doll tests

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Anita Tedaldi, Guilt and White Privilege

written by Racialicious deputy editor Thea Lim; originally published at Racialicious [Editor’s note: Though we briefly discussed Anita Tedaldi in this space last week, I wanted to share Thea’s post about the issue. We discussed the Racialicious post on this … Continue reading

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Who’s afraid of the big bad non-representative parent?

written by Anti-Racist Parent columnist Deesha Philyaw’ “The bad parents are running amok! They’re everywhere you turn, talking about postpartum depression, confessing that their kids are addicted to SpongeBob, throwing their breast pumps in the garbage!” “…there is a loud … Continue reading

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