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Tag: CARE

Books that Teach My Young Daughters About Civil Rights

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On Monday, January 21st, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  On this national holiday, we remember and honor Dr. Martin Luther King,...

Kid-friendly Resources to Celebrate MLK Jr. Day in Milwaukee

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We celebrate the life and activism of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a champion of civil rights, a preacher, an activist, and a man...

Your Children See Color, but They Don’t Have Your Biases

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In a perfect world, everyone would be treated equally. No one would be discriminated against because of their religion, gender, race, ethnicity, color, etc....

When this White Mama Had to Explain Slavery to Her Black...

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I met my daughter on a crisp spring evening when a caseworker brought her to our home as our first foster care placement. She was...

Please Don’t Touch My Hair

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Let's talk about hair. Hair can be an expression of one's personality, an exclamation mark on a living, breathing canvas. Our sense of self can...

Parenting the Privileged

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We got rid of cable several months ago and haven't missed it even a little bit. It's been so refreshing to be able to...

I’m Afraid to Go House Hunting

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I used to watch House Hunters on HGTV all the time. I LOVED seeing the joy in the hunters’ faces as they approached their...

Living Polarized :: Biracial Parenting {C.A.R.E}

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This piece is part of a series here at MKE Moms Blog entitled C.A.R.E. We want to initiate conversations about racial equality (CARE) and...

Did He Learn That From Me? {C.A.R.E.}

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This piece is part of a series here at MKE Moms Blog entitled C.A.R.E. We want to initiate conversations about racial equality (CARE) and to...

We Got This Milwaukee :: Turning Neighborhoods Around, One Garden At...

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“He knows EVERYBODY." ....the waitress tells me as I pay for my coffee after a meeting with Mr. Andre Lee Ellis. I wanted to talk...