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The Intersection of Money & Values

When I immigrated to America, I was 13 years old. I was quickly given "the talk" about becoming a self-empowered, self-sustained immigrant black woman. We're all given this "talk" to some degree as people of color at some point in our lives. I felt like I had to choose a...

Getting back to African Spirituality

A long time ago spirituality was the way we handled all things; from our fears to our relationships. Our African ancestors used rituals and dance as a way to call upon spirits that had control over giving them much needed messages. Today, Europeans have painted a picture for us that...

Raising the Upcoming Generation Differently

Many Black Mothers can point out to the very last detail where we felt our parents went wrong in raising us. How we felt in moments of mental/ physical abuse, a lack of lessons in relationship issues, failed financial literacy teachings, poor role-models, secret discussions about mental health, tough love...

Protect your Child’s Energy

In this seemingly newfound age of self-care and self-awareness, we need to make sure that our attention is not being diverted from the energy of our children. The stone-cold fact about energy is that it does not lie and there is no age on who it came impact. Sometimes as...