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Successful Black Parenting

Posted by Janice Celeste

Editor-in-Chief of Successful Black Parenting magazine.

If you’re not talking to your teens about sex, social media will. A new study published in the journal of Nursing Research shows that African American teens who use condoms...

There is a saying that, “When your children are very young, they are on your lap and when they are older, they are on your heart.” This saying should be updated for mothers who constantly worry about...

We searched high and low for some of the best gifts and toys at different price ranges for all ages that make great gifts for Christmas and Kwanzaa. We’re going...

We got this yummy recipe directly from the Hot Bread Kitchen in New York City. Hot Bread Kitchen is a non-profit business incubator for women from all over the world that empowers them while helping to...

Reading narratives during the feast of Umoja Karamu, an alternative Thanksgiving celebration for African American families, is part of the celebration in which children participate. This is a great activity...

Umoja Karamu (pronounced You-mo-ja Care-a-moo) are Kiswahili words that mean “unity feast.” Celebrated on the fourth Sunday of November it is a ceremony of unity that highlights events and periods...

Your family’s health history is important. Until a close family member is diagnosed, Black families whose ancestors were part of the African Diaspora often do not have the privilege of knowing their...

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...

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Janice Celeste
Editor-in-Chief
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Marta Sánchez
Managing Editor
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