Kelly Greenawalt a self described- ‘freckle-faced white mom of six kids including two beautiful black daughters is an author who as written a book that I love. It’s called Princess Truly, and it is a must have. It is a beautiful affirming, inspiring book about a little girl who can do anything….Princess Truly.
In this episode, we are talking representation, how the book came to be, why she wrote it, how kids react when she reads it to them in school and we touch on her busy life as a mom...
In this week's podcast we talk to Bellamy Shoffner a writer and photographer launching a new magazine called Hold The Line to ‘support people of color and LGBTQ+ communities, people defying gender norms, working to combat mental health stigma, and the abhorrent d uprising of white supremacy.’
Bellamy and I speak about her magazine, advice on how to talk to your kids about racial tension, the power of words and why you should never touch a black child’s hair.
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Have you ever considered homeschooling your kid(s)....well these are the moms you'd want to talk to. They are homeschooling pros. On this episode I talk to Eva Greene Wilson a Homeschooling Mom and Socamom.com blogger and Yolanda Newton a homeschooler and Director of Education Revolt.org.
We talk about why homeschooling works for black kids, why they decided to homeschool and the challenges and great benefits that comes along with that decision.
On this episode of Woke Mommy Chatter- The Podcast, we are continuing our conversation with black mom bloggers- Hadassah, author of the blog For Brown Moms and Afrykyan Moon, owner of the Chocolate Milk Gear store and author of the Infinite Possibilities of a Black Woman blog. In this episode we get real and talk about what it's like to be a black mom raising kids under Trump.
On episode 3 of the Woke Mommy Chatter podcast I am talking breastfeeding with Hadassah, author of the blog For Brown Moms and Afrykyan Moon, ownder of the Chocolate Milk Gear store and author of the Infinite Possibilities of a Black Woman blog.
We talk about the history of wet nursing and the real stigma that comes with black women using their breasts to feed babies that originated in slavery. ‘That “slavery sh*t” as one woman referred to it.
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