Can't Organize Love

A new study on black relationships picks apart dating and marriage myths and shows how media have manipulated facts and figures. For example, take the popular statistic that more black women than black men have earned bachelor’s degrees. It’s true. So is this: “Nationwide, although more than 800,000 more black women than black men have at […]

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Can’t Organize Love

A new study on black relationships picks apart dating and marriage myths and shows how media have manipulated facts and figures. For example, take the popular statistic that more black women than black men have earned bachelor’s degrees. It’s true. So is this: “Nationwide, although more than 800,000 more black women than black men have at […]

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Jeff and Erin

Okay, this is a bit off topic, but I just had to share this save-the-date video that has been making the rounds on the Internet. You will see why when you view it. After all, it is February. One more thing: I do not know the couple featured in the trailer. Enjoy.

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Mixed Chicks Chat

I will be a guest Wednesday on the Mixed Chicks Chat, the only live weekly show about being racially and culturally mixed. Fanshen Cox and Heidi Durrow host the show each Wednesday at 5 p.m. Eastern/2 p.m. Pacific to discuss all aspects of the Mixed experience. The Mixed Chicks Chat hosts the annual Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival […]

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Children's Lit

The Cooperative Children’s Book Center is a resource for children’s books and features several book lists. Below is one I will use over and over again. 50 Multicultural Books Every Child Should Know Compiled by Ginny Moore Kruse and Kathleen T. Horning Updated by Kathleen T. Horning and Megan Schliesman © 2006, 2001 Cooperative Children’s Book […]

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Children’s Lit

The Cooperative Children’s Book Center is a resource for children’s books and features several book lists. Below is one I will use over and over again. 50 Multicultural Books Every Child Should Know Compiled by Ginny Moore Kruse and Kathleen T. Horning Updated by Kathleen T. Horning and Megan Schliesman © 2006, 2001 Cooperative Children’s Book […]

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Multicultural Crayons

I have to say the mahogany Crayon is a close match to the color of my skin. Ken is more of an apricot, while the girls have peach tones. I stumbled upon Crayola’s Mutlicultural Crayons while conducting research for this blog. They come in skin tone hues so that children can create realistic pictures of their […]

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