Watching these women dance, makes me realize just how ubiquitous the Beyonce-style of dance has become in modern media today. Why does every dance I see on YouTube involve some manner of jiggling ones booty? And why is everyone dressed in a designer bikini with sequins?
In case you missed this… here’s a little Monday inspiration for you… AGAIN in the form of Marley Dias who initiated a book drive campaign to collect 1000 books with black female characters.
Researchers and educators recommend that we start talking with young children about race and difference as early as preschool to support a healthy development of identity and appreciation of people who are different. Here’s how.
Seven and a half year old Ruby explains why girls can do anything boys can do. In fact Ruby is herself a singer, actor, dancer, musician, entrepreneur, skateboarder, artist, and FEMINIST!
In a previous post, I spoke about how not doing anything about racial injustice is almost as impressive as NOT DOING SOMETHING RACIST. Here’s why…
Watching this video, it becomes apparent just how lacking our media is when it comes to images of powerful women/girls.
For anyone who still thinks race “doesn’t matter” this is a chilling tale of why that’s flat our dangerous for some black folks.
This cartoon from my childhood serves as a wonderful illustration of privilege.
After taking a break from blogging to deal with life (and some other stuff I’ll be posting about in a later post) I’m finally ready to get back in my blogger seat and get back to posting! I’ve decided to start a series of great learning resources to keep your kids learning over the summer… and […]
Watching these videos brought tears to my eyes. They remind us… Life happens so fast. We must treasure our time with our children while they are little.