Established Mompreneur Pays It Forward by Angel Investing in Mom-Owned Companies

Christine Michel Carter has begun angel investing for mom-owned companies to demonstrate that she’s all about the power of working moms.

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8-Year-Old Pens Book Highlighting Everyday Struggles of Big Sisters

Tylan Corley wrote “It’s hard being a big sister” during her additional time at the peak of COVID-19.

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Rising Medical Student Illustrates Anatomy Images Featuring Black Bodies

Chidiebere Ibe started drawing medical illustrations last year after noticing the lack of diversity in textbooks.

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Mom Becomes Self-Published Author to Fight for Truthful Representation of Black Boys

Thomishia Booker started Hey, Carter! Books after her son motivated her to write stories that positively reflected Black children.

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Meet Akina: The First-of-its-Kind Social Media App Connecting Black Moms

The social media network launched in November, and it’s designed to be a community for the unique journey of Black motherhood.

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How Eden Royce’s Root Magic Depicts the Joy, Importance of African-American Folklore

The author’s debut novel addresses rootwork, ancestral ties and the significance of Black people’s history.

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They Say it Takes a Village to Raise a Child. But What if You Don’t Have One?

Where do you find support in motherhood when it doesn’t seem to exist? Maybe we need to look a little bit closer.

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Black Dad Spotlight: Ohio Father Cuts off Dreadlocks to Comfort Son with Pediatric Cancer

7-year-old Ahkeem was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer in August, and he lost his hair after undergoing chemotherapy.

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