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Are Black families ready for Gentle Parenting?
With the generational trauma being largely recognized in Black communities, conversation about a form of parenting called "gentle parenting" is starting to take place by parents in Black households. But are Black Families ready for this new gentle parenting style?  Mercedes Samudio, a Black licensed clinical social worker and author of...
Join in the free skating this weekend at the Monroe Street Midway along with other family-friendly activities.
In-person school in a post-pandemic world will be challenging, but parents can support their child's learning.
During the pandemic, education became a talking point. School closings meant parents had to add “teacher” to an already long list of hats to wear. Zoom sessions provided little solution as educators struggled to keep the attention of their students. Online learning demanded a lot and was unable to...
Partner and Daughter
My favorite things about the month of June are the two days set aside to honor the beautiful Black man who lives in my house. His birthday comes first, when I laugh about how I never planned to date him long enough to even think about becoming his wife....
Summer Entertaining
Whether your style is weekly soul food Sundays or one epic end-of-season blowout, hosting friends and family is synonymous with summertime.
Good Fathers Only
Good Fathers Only is preparing for its second annual Fatherhood Unity Month in June.
Wayne County Aquatic Center
The water park opened in Chandler Park Memorial Day weekend.
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