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Culturally Specific Parenting Perspectives & black well being

Below are the best resources we could find on Culturally Specific Parenting Perspectives and black well being.

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Do Right by Me: Learning to Raise Black Children in White Spaces

For decades, Katie D’Angelo and Valerie Harrison engaged in conversations about race and racism. However, when Katie and her husband, who are white, adopted Gabriel, a biracial child, Katie’s conversations with Val, who is black, were no longer theoretical and academic.

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Multicultural Couples Debate on Raising Their Children | 2 Cultures, 1 Couple

Couples with different cultural backgrounds discuss their children and how they choose to raise them, while navigating discipline, education, and social media. Love & Hip Hop’s DJ Drewski and Sky Landish weigh in on how they plan to raise their future children.

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The Cultural Shock of Raising Children Abroad | Victoria Kweidhusa, Pamela Lubowa & Shifa Mwesigye

Welcome to another episode of mothering! Thanks ladies for joining us on this episode! Are you in the diaspora? What’s the biggest cultural shock been for you while raising your children?

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Multicultural Expressions of Parenting Love

Exploring lived experience of positive parenting.

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Multicultural Parent Panels 2 : Raising Children in a Diverse World

Multicultural Parent Panels help families appreciate the benefits of diversity. Panels explore how to reach out to neighbors of differing backgrounds and how to raise children who value both their own cultures and the cultures of others.

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Free to Breastfeed: Voices of Black Mothers

Free to Breastfeed: Voices of Black Mothers outpaces other books on the topic because it gives privilege to actual women. Facts about breastfeeding and statistics can be found in numerous pamphlets and with professional lactation consultants.

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‘I’m Black, My Partner’s White—Stop Asking Me If This Is My Baby’

When Ena Miller had a baby last year, she was unprepared for the constant comments about her daughter’s appearance.

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