Addressing Racial Injustice as Black Moms

Previously, a group of women gathered to speak on the experiences and stereotypes of black moms and answered the following questions:

  1. What stereotypes do you face?
  2. Do you get the same respect as other young moms?
  3. How are you breaking generational curses and dismantling stereotypes?
  4. Is it hard to learn and act out being a modern submissive wife?

As racial tensions continue to rise in 2020, many are coming together to fight against racial injustice. Conversations reveal real experiences centered around true injustices. It is only through hearing these conversations and acknowledging these experiences that America can move forward and begin to repair damage done with either covert or overt racism.

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In Black Moms Chat 2, three beautiful, young black moms and I discuss our first hand accounts of the following from personal perspectives:

  1. Do you experience racism?
  2. How do you discipline your children?
  3. Have your children experienced racism?
  4. Have you been mistreated by medical professionals?

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How would you have answered those question? What do you think our country can do to heal from years of racial injustice?

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Need some more information on navigating motherhood in the midst of all the racial injustice in the world? Here are some more of my favorites:

  1. Black Moms Chat 1 – Stereotypes Black Moms Face
  2. How to have Peace in a World of Panic
  3. You Represent More than Yourself
  4. Stirring the Invisible Pot
  5. black AND white

3 thoughts on “Addressing Racial Injustice as Black Moms

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  1. I was only able to watch through 15 minutes, but I think these conversations are very important. I also want to recommend a book that I’m in called All the Women in My Family Sing. There are stories in there, like the ones you’ve discussed (e.g., doctor visits) that affirm what you all are saying.

    …and ummm what was that noise???

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    1. Apparently, the a/c was making that noise and the mic caught it. We couldn’t actually hear it while we were there. Poor thing was so distraught about it. She tried getting all kinds of tech people involved to get rid of it. I’m definitely going to look into the book. I’ve been doing more reading lately.

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