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  • When Raising Children Becomes A Family Affair

    When Raising Children Becomes A Family Affair0

    “It takes a village to raise a child” – In my family this isn’t just an African Proverb – it is in fact our reality. I am the second to the youngest of seven brothers and sisters and have been blessed with a number of nieces and nephews. Marketing gurus, like Melanie Notkin (and members

  • Colorism & Consumerism: How It Affects Black Owned Business

    Colorism & Consumerism: How It Affects Black Owned Business0

     I started Coco’Pie Clothing when my oldest daughter was just about 3 years old.  We visited a store where she noticed a little brown girl on a t-shirt. She beamed at what she believed to be herself on this little white princess cut tee. The little girl atop a seesaw, with rosy red cheeks, a

  • Coloring Books Are For Rich Moms

    Coloring Books Are For Rich Moms0

    I am sure you are reading this title and laughing…or sitting there confused wondering, how broke is she? After buying coloring book after coloring book and watching Kamryn go through them in a matter of thirty minutes (she will scribble on each page and in some feeling of authority exclaim that she is finished) I

  • This Is Just The Beginning

    This Is Just The Beginning0

    Becoming a mother is like stumbling upon the world’s greatest secret. It is like you are being ushered into some sort of secret society where women are waiting for you with open arms…giving you tips and advice for things like how hellish your birth will be, how your vagina will never be the same, and how life


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