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Successful Black Parenting

Posted by Janice Celeste

Editor-in-Chief of Successful Black Parenting magazine.

Ages 8-12 $16.95 Paperback Retail Yes! A book that not only celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture but we’ve got Black mermaids y’all. Black mermaids! And who doesn’t want to be a mermaid?...

If you leave your child in a hot car and your child dies, you’re a murderer. With all of the knowledge and reports on the Internet of tragic deaths from parents forgetting their children or leaving them...

Pregnant moms go through many emotions when we carry a child. You’re experiencing one of the most transforming moments in your life. In addition, you want to surround yourself with culture and positivity...

There’s nothing like a parent’s love for their child. We send our children out into this world with love. ‘When they are little, they are on your lap and when they are older and on their own, they...

Black Poetry Day is celebrated on October 17 each year. This day is considered the time to celebrate both past and present black authors like Langston Hughes, Phillis Wheatley, and Paul Laurence Dunbar....

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Bullying is an obvious fact that there are some very serious problems that have surfaced as a result of bullying, especially as it affects the Black...

It’s October and it’s SIDS Awareness Month. Sudden Instant Death Syndrome also known as SIDS is the sudden and unexplained death of a healthy infant who is younger than one-year-old. It’s...

Most of our parents or guardians would agree that dress code in schools is of many great benefits for students experimenting with their identities and looks. It keeps some crazy clothing most students...

It’s National Breastfeeding Awareness month, and an excellent time to evaluate some issues arising about breastfeeding and Black women. Statistics have shown that there is a widening gap between Black...

Mattel has hit a home run empowering young women of color with their Sheroes collections. With the success of the doll made in the likeness of filmmaker Ava DuVernay ($65.00), it seems more Black dolls...

by Shannen Azuredee In the summer of 2003, I became pregnant with my first child while planning my wedding to my then fiancé. When I discovered I was having a son, I feared that as he grew older I wouldn’t...

Est. 1993 | The First National Magazine For Black Parents
Janice Celeste
Editor-in-Chief
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Marta Sánchez
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