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White Moms: We Can and We Must Do Better

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  Another senseless killing of a black man made national news this week. This time it was in Minnesota. His name was George Floyd, rest...

Biracial in the Burbs

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I'm Biracial. Growing up, I was never aware that my race or the color of my skin meant something. My father’s skin was black and...

Four Fun Ways to Celebrate Black History Month with Kids

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No matter what shades of skin make up the family in your home, Black History Month is for you! February is a month when...

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...

A Letter To My Daughters From Their White Mom

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To my daughters, From day one as your mom, I promised myself that I would be your first and fiercest supporter. And since that day, I...

Parenting Children of A Different Race

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When we became foster parents, we expected that children placed in our home would potentially be a different race than us. We welcomed this....

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...

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...

Checking the “Other” Box

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A long time ago I accepted the fact that when my husband and I had children, they would look more like him than they...