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Successful Black Parenting

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month and one of the fastest rising birth defects among young black mothers is Gastroschisis (pronounced GAS-tro-SKEE-sis). ...

We parents are super busy and some of us are working more than one job. One of the best-kept secrets of time management is using a crockpot to cook while you’re out. Well, the easier the...

From 1993 to 2012, the prevalence of suicide attempts among Black boys nearly doubled, and the rate of self-injury has climbed steadily in recent years. Despite these staggering figures, the stigma...

We’ll say it again and again, that reading to your child enwomb, in early childhood and having books in your child’s room throughout their youth is one best thing you can do to ensure...

It’s estimated that 30 million families celebrate the holiday of Kwanzaa. I have a...

Looking for a Black Santa? Black Santas are in demand and some only take appointments but we have the list and we’re checking it twice. Some Santas are on-tour for...

take care of your hair LOCTICIANS  – If...

Kwanzaa is about making homemade gifts for family and friends and what better way to celebrate Kwanzaa at the table than to create homemade napkin rings on a budget. ...

My 4-year-old son, Owen, is the coolest lil’ dude you’ll ever meet. Now I’ll admit, I may be somewhat biased because I’m his dad. But he really is pretty amazing. He is smart, but don’t...

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 to Tweet a new gift every day! Check...

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