This week (August 25-31) marks the 10th anniversary of Black Breastfeeding Week! This week commemorates the countless stories and families that are shifting the narrative and boosting support to close the racial gap among the breastfeeding community. The official website states that only 58.9% of Black women have ever breastfed versus 75% of white women, […]
Black Twitter has done it again. This time the hilarity ensued with the hashtag #ThanksGivingWithBlackFamilies. Once the memes and GIFs started rolling Black twitter just couldn't stop.
NewsOne’s Top 5 gives you a quick rundown of the viral stories we’re talking about today. “She Understood Where We Were Coming From:” Hillary Clinton…
A few years ago, I was at my Aunt Bernie’s home for Thanksgiving. All the “usual suspects” were on hand and the meal, as usual, was fantastic. It’s a bit of a drive for us, and it was super cold outside, but it’s always worth the drive. My aunt’s home is very nice. Among other […]
Controversial writer John McWhorter of The Root wrote an article revolving around the origin of the word “baby mama.” PARTNER LINKS: Nene Leakes Blasts Star Jones He also touches on the word “baby daddy” and “baby mama” and how they have entered the mainstream in the last decade. It also talks about Fox News using […]
Kris Marsh’s household doesn’t have two incomes. But in Prince George’s County, she is increasingly becoming the face of the black middle class.
From USCatholic.org: CHICAGO (CNS) — Father Augustine Tolton was the first U.S. priest of African descent and may one day be a saint from the Archdiocese of Chicago.