3 reasons to try Chalkola dot markers

We got on our hands on a set of colorful Chalkola dot markers and here’s what we thought about the 10-pack of daubers.

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Inspire your child’s creative energy with these vibrant Chalkola chalk markers

Chaloka is an art company helping us live vibrant lives through a variety of colorful markers and other creative art tools.

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Zaria’s Milk is shifting the Black breastfeeding narrative one cookie at a time

The family-owned lactation cookie company saw an opportunity to educate and support mothers who don’t always get it.

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Why one fertility doctor is churning out dancing TikToks

Dr. Danielle Lane credits her teenagers for teaching her TikTok, a platform she’s using to inform families about fertility.

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Girl Power: How one virtual event is catering to confidence-building in young Black girls

The Power of Girls is hosting an online Girl Power Summit that speaks their vision of building the self-esteem and leadership within young girls.

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How Atlanta Ballet is demonstrating its commitment to diversity in ballet and what it means for young, black ballerinas

The premier company’s Centre for Dance Education partnered with a dancewear company on a new line of skin tone tights and shoes for all ages, allowing even young Black and brown dancers to feel included.

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Remembering Miriam Carey in the wake of the U.S. Capitol breach

Miriam Carey was 34 and unarmed when she was shot at 26 times and killed by Capitol Police after making a U-turn near the Capitol grounds following police chase

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How roller skating is bonding mothers and daughters

From the rink to tennis courts and parking lots, roller skating has brought them closer than ever before.

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Atlanta mom builds brand to keep roller skating world moving

Gloria Downs started Each 1 Teach One to give back to the skate community that gave so much to her.

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Representation matters: How one mom is affirming Black children through their walls

Tiny Tots and Tikes owner Cynthia Jackson was inspired to make wall decals featuring an array of Black characters after her daughter sought to change appearance.

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