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Take the Mystery Out of Co-Parenting With These Do’s and Don’ts

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Swizz Beatz, wife Alicia Keys, Ex-wife Mashonda & Kids By Mwabi Kaira No one sets out thinking they will raise their kids by co-parenting, but life happens. Will Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Sheree Zampino have been the faces of the co-parenting and blended family for over 2 decades now. More celebrity couples have joined the ranks including Neyo, wife Crystal…

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Shop Moe Melanin for School Supplies that Inspire Kids to be Somebody!

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@moemelanin By Winnie Gaturu Standard school supplies are often plain and boring. The ones that are a bit more vibrant tend to be way above the normal price list. In addition, most of these supplies do not have themes that resonate with black kids. However, there’s an increase in the number of black-owned companies that target their own communities even…

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The Nappily Ever After Trailer is Here & It’s Just What the Therapist Ordered!

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Sanaa Lathan  By Erickka Sy Savané If you’ve ever wondered what it might look like to see all your black girl hair issues on film- can’t leave the house without your hair whipped, growing up with white dolls as the standard of beauty, spending yo’ last dime to get yo’ hair did- uhhhh, the Nappily Ever After movie starring Sanaa…

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This Financial Behaviorist is Helping Women Make Better Choices Around Money

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Photo: Frederick V. Nielsen, II By Sharon Pendana Financial behaviorist, coach and author, Jacquette M. Timmons has two great obsessions: shoes, and getting people to see that “you don’t manage money – you manage your choices around money.” Though she left home at sixteen to study shoe design in New York City, an encounter with an Estee Lauder exec opened…

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Photography Duo Strike 6-Figure Book Deal to Capture the Beauty of Children of Color

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Photo via CreativeSoul Photography By Erickka Sy Savané There’s something about seeing the fresh face of innocence and joy in little kids that brings out the best in us. For some time, children of color were excluded from images that celebrate our innocence and beauty in media. It’s been changing. We’ve been changing. The hashtag #blackgirlmagic helped. Black Panther helped…

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