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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Dr. Uché Blackstock Honored as Harvard Humanist Of The Year

The founder of Advancing Health Equity was inspired by the work of her late mother. 

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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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Clinton College To Offer Free Tuition For Full-Time Students This Fall

The South Carolina HBCU is cutting total tuition costs to help those struggling with financial burdens brought on by COVID-19.

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6 Ways to Prepare Your Family For Kindergarten

Yep, we’re here already. If your child is about to start school in person, here are some things you can do to get ready for the big transition.

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Ehsan Goes to Paris Celebrates Black Characters Enjoying the World

Author Laneka Leatutufu was inspired by her 4-year-old son and past life experiences.

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Meet the Mother Helping Black Parents Understand Conscious Parenting

Yolanda Williams was inspired to start Parenting Decolonized after examining her own childhood and realizing the lack of Black parenting coaches.

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5 ways to introduce children to LGBTQ acceptance

Here are a few concepts that will help offer your child perspective about the LGBTQ community.

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10 LGBTQ-related books for Black Children

These children’s books can help provide perspective and understanding of LGBTQ+ individuals and families.

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