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Voice to the Voiceless

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How can we give a voice to the voiceless? By speaking up, speaking out, and above all else, being aware.    There are generous amounts of...

In Celebration of Black Fathers

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Our country is in the middle of an unprecedented uprising against systematic & institutionalized racism that has repeatedly suppressed the voices and humanity...

Dads of the Lou: Meet Keithen Stallings, President of 100 Black...

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  1) Tell us about yourself. Where did you grow up? I was born and raised in East St. Louis, but now live on the south...

I Can’t Breathe

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“I can’t breathe.”     George Floyd literally had his breath taken from him. As a world, we are pouring extensive resources into manufacturing ventilators to help...

Equipping Parents to Discuss Racism With Their Children

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Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil, cling to what is good. When our children call to us, we answer them. Moms, a whole...

A Mother’s Dream: Reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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I am a white mother to two little black boys, and often my fears about where we are as a nation in 2020 feel suffocating....