What does family mean to you? For Ms. Danielle, and a lot of us, family is everything. This week, Ms. Danielle talks with Jesse Ross about growing up, living in North Minneapolis and what it’s like raising Black babies in a racist world.
“Can I touch your hair?” “You don’t talk Black.” “You’re pretty for a Black girl.” These are all examples of microaggressions — nasty little comments that get said to Black women every single day and that add up to major trauma.
What makes a family? It’s not just one mom, one dad, 2.5 kids and miscellaneous pets. We asked the (now grown-up) baby of a big, blended family to talk to us answer Brenda's question about blending families.
Host Ms. Danielle is a Black woman who can see our nation’s capitol building from her roof. In this episode, Ms. Danielle shares exactly what went through her mind as the riot at the US Capitol unfolded and her reflections. Listen. Learn. Grow. And stop gaslighting Black people.
We’re going to have “the talk” — except this time, it’s the full version. Love Coach and host of "The Love Drive," Shaun Galanos is here to teach us how to have open and honest conversations about sex and intimacy with our partners.
After almost 10 years of marriage, Angela’s now ex-spouse came out as trans. She still has a lot of love for this person and they are raising a child together, but Angela has a lot of questions and she’s feeling really isolated. But she isn’t alone.