The Black Man & Fatherhood

There’s this myth about black Fathers, one that’s very pervasive.  There’s this wild myth that black fathers don’t show up for their children. And we’re here to tell you that that’s simply not true.Tweet One of the reasons this myth exists is because of the data being compiled and interpreted by places like the Census… Continue reading The Black Man & Fatherhood

Postpartum Depression For Black Moms

Almost 80% of all women suffer from postpartum depression at least once. That’s significantly more than half. We’re talking millions and millions of women suffering from a severe form of the ‘baby blues’ at any given moment. 13.4% of those women identify as black or African American. So what is postpartum depression, or PPD ?… Continue reading Postpartum Depression For Black Moms

We Need Help And It’s Okay

Life is hard but I cannot break my spirit. I was a child who gave away their lunch with someone else was hungry. Gave my brother the blanket while I shivered in the cold. Wiped away my mom's tears and swallow back my own. Sacrifice my back for a beatingin to save my sisters. This… Continue reading We Need Help And It’s Okay