mater mea has a new direction thanks to some words of wisdom found in the past.
When it comes to adoption and parenting stories, Black parents and authors are routinely left out.
You may think of the childhood game differently once you hear its history and reinvention as a competitive sport.
Family-friendly pop and children's music don't often reflect their brown listeners. But these 10 Black artists are making music catering to our children and culture.
"Alright" and "Freedom" on repeat, therapy, donating time and money to causes aligned with our values, and more.
The new Disney movie about a Ugandan chess phenom and her family is a must see.
A business venture born from frustration, Just Like Me! Box wants to address the lack of African-American representation in children’s literature.
Anthonia talks to two women about how they make their 9-5 work while maintaining side hustles and juggling the demands of motherhood.
We talk to two women about their decision to be childfree and the ongoing gender wars on social media.
Is it possible to have a harmonious coparenting experience? Our latest guest walks us through what it took for her family to get there.
Marriage and motherhood isn't as easy as friends and Instagram would have you believe. Our two guests explain how their lives changed when they went from being single to a wife and to a mom.
We talk to two working moms about the roles their husbands play in their work-life juggle, and why we need healthier relationship models.
We care more about the triumph of Lemonade celebrating Black mothers than calling out “Becky With The Good Hair.”
We're talking about the labels women (and society) place on themselves in our newest episode.
This collection of powerful short stories displays motherhood’s hard truths without judgment.
Hot nannies and the challenges of being a working mom—our first podcast is live!
It was hard to choose, but our inaugural Phenomenal Women list is full of some spectacular women.
It takes a village to be a politically involved and activism-focused mom, says one Georgia-based activist.
Representation matters, but what is it about being recognized on a broader stage that matters to us?
Loving thy enemy and turning the other cheek are lessons this mom isn't sure she wants to follow.
You could be featured in future videos on motherhood and work-life balance!
Your kids will love getting any one of these dolls made with them in mind.
Natural hair blogger Antonia Opiah talks to women across the globe about beauty standards in a new documentary series.
The late poet and humanitarian is getting a feature-length film thanks to a dear friend and industry maven.
A new Tumblr account gives Black women the space to share their innermost thoughts.
The HBCU wants more women in science, technology, engineering, and math, so it's starting with its own faculty.
Photographer and author Qiana Mestrich asked 12 artist moms to find the answer.
A celebration of black voices and visual storytelling hosted its annual event in West Philly.
As the saying goes, if your feminism isn't intersectional, it isn't worth anything.
Artist Tatyana Falalizadeh uses her talents to send a much-needed message to street harassers.