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Atlanta Billboards Say Black Children Are An Endangered Species


I first saw this story on the Orlando Sentinel’s Moms at Work blog, but with a quick search found other stories like the one on What do you think? What is your initial reaction to the billboard? Do you think it’s effective in getting their message across? You may have to read the stories […]

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Brown is Not Enough


I’ve been thinking about something for the past few weeks that has just been eating me up inside. And after attending BlogHer 09 and sitting in on the Women of Color session PLUS having lunch with a group of lovely women of color, it’s been on my mind even more. Why is it so hard […]

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Study Finds Differences in Moms by Race


A few months back, Sheena of the Mommy Daddy Blog posted some results of a study that examined moms by race. In the post, only results of Caucasian and African American moms were included. So, I mentioned to Sheena that it would have been nice to know how Latina moms would have fared in such […]

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Choice in dolls says a lot about race issues

Baby Girl

I’m way behind on reading blogs and past posts, but I’m desperately trying to catch up. Today I caught a post on Because Mom Said So from Jan. 23 about a high school student’s documentary and the debate it’s sparking up. Titled, Student’s documentary on Race has people stunned, the post links to a news […]

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It’s True!

Puerto Rico

I was bored and decided to browse Blogthings. I took the Who’s Your Inner European quiz and guess what????!!! I am indeed of Spanish heritage! Now if you don’t know, I am Puerto Rican, which of course means I have Spanish blood, but if you don’t believe me, see for yourself! lol Your Inner European […]

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