Tag: race

I Want to Be an Ally–Now What?

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People worldwide were shaken when the horrific murder of George Floyd was shared across social media and across TV networks. It has opened up...

I’m Not Dangerous:: The Reality of Being a Black Dad in...

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I am a black dad in America. I’ve read all your messages and texts these last few weeks and I’m finally ready to share...

Diversity in Motherhood:: We All Love the Same

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"Digging Deep:: Motherhood & Race Relations in America" Panel Discussion {Video Above} Throughout the years, Houston Moms has cultivated hundreds of posts on diversity, race,...

The Sound of Music and Being Asian American

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My eight-year old daughter tried out for a mainstage theater production of The Sound of Music. She worked so hard and got close enough...

I Am a Runner. Everyone Should be Able to Run.

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Do you know what the beauty of being a runner is? That runners come in all shapes, sizes, nationalities and colors. Yes. Colors. People of...

6 Books to Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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This week, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was a great humanitarian, known for his tireless efforts to fight for freedom, equality,...

Kids and Racism:: One Mom’s Story

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Moms, we can change the world for good simply by talking with and teaching our children about racism. We have to speak up. We...

Fighting Injustice and Hate:: My Part in the Anti-Racist Movement

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My eyes have been opened to a part of humanity that I cannot ignore. I don’t know if it is just growing out of...

Part of Your World:: Why Disney’s Newest Ariel Should be Celebrated

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As a child of the '90s, I shamelessly admit that I am all in for the recent Disney remakes. Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The...

My Kids’ Grandparents are Racist

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I don't remember the first time I consciously realized my parents are racist. In all reality there probably wasn't a specific moment, but rather...
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