Commentary: Is It Harder For Black Moms?

As Black mothers, the statistics telling us our children won't be successful are staggering. Three in 100 Black boys entering kindergarten will not make it to college, Blacks account for only 12% of the U.S. population but 44% of all prisoners, etc. It's a lot to handle and often we find ourselves working harder to filter out the negative messages barraging our children. contributor, and mother of two, Yolanda Sangweni weighs in on how Black mothers must take extra steps to give their kids the fair chance they deserve. Read More: Commentary: Why We Homeschool Our ChildrenCommentary: I'm a Blackberry MomCommentary: Raising a Child While Daddy's in Jail


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