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Do your kids like peanut butter and super soakers? Thank historic Black Americans.
As a mother, MLK Day for me is all about encouraging my children to dream. Having them write down their dreams, cut out pictures of those dreams, and even put the dreams up on the wall. But then what? How do you raise kids who look at the "content of their character"?
A key (and overdramatic) moment on the Kardashians' reality show gave some valuable lessons about men and breastfeeding.
Just thinking about being a mom searching for her kids under piles of rubble brings me to my knees.
Like any mom, I'm always looking for a teachable moment -- in school, at the dinner table, or in the checkout line. It turns out my kids can learn a lot about life from Senator Harry Reid's racial faux pas.
Lately, I've been on a mission to get my groove back. No, I'm not going on a Stella-inspired trip to Jamaica to find a young man (but do keep reading) -- though that probably wouldn't hurt.
Every year, people start the year off with a laundry list of the things about themselves, their lives, and their ways that they want to change, fix, or improve. This year, I'm saying, I'm damn good just as I am.
Philanthropist and wife of comedian Chris Rock gives her take on what's going on with domestic violence in the black community.