Tag Archives | racial equality

Diverse Children

Your Children See Color, but They Don’t Have Your Biases

In a perfect world, everyone would be treated equally. No one would be discriminated against because of their religion, gender, race, ethnicity, color, etc. However, we do not live in a perfect world and we must face our imperfections head on. Race/Color is a Social Construct One of those imperfections humanity has acquired is racism. First […]

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Touching Hair

Please Don’t Touch My Hair

Let’s talk about hair. Hair can be an expression of one’s personality, an exclamation mark on a living, breathing canvas. Our sense of self can be connected to our hair. For many women, especially Black women, it is representative of “something” different. Something bigger, deeper, and more personal.  When someone touches my hair without my […]

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Did He Learn That From Me? {C.A.R.E.}

This piece is part of a series here at MKE Moms Blog entitled C.A.R.E. We want to initiate conversations about racial equality (CARE) and to call people into the discussion around social justice in our Milwaukee community and beyond. By having these conversations, even if they are uncomfortable at times, we hope to challenge ourselves and our […]

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