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Nov 25, 2018

In today’s topic, we will explore advocating for your child’s education. Whether it is academic achievement, social/emotional growth, or even having the best resources for their respective sport, we are discussing what this looks like for the current African American family.


Marvelous Mahogany Mom: Phaedra Burton

Phaedra Burton is our Mahogany Momologist of the Week. This mother of two showed up and showed out in a video for the #cardibmoneychallenge.

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Sol Mamas are folks from all tribes building friendship, extended family and community while enjoying the outdoors and a host of other activities. Enjoy toddler play dates, field trips, group fitness classes, and more. Based in the Bay Area of California you can check them out on MeetUp  -


Griffin, D (2012) The need for advocacy with African American parents. Counseling Today; Retrieved from:

Pigford, A (1993) Advice to the Parent of the Black Child. Educational Leadership, 50 (8), 66-68

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