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The Political, Rather Noble Act of Self-Care

The Political, Rather Noble Act of Self-Care
During the civil rights movement and throughout the counterculture in the 1960s and ‘70s, self-care became a political act. In 1988, Audre Lorde wrote in her book of essays called A Burst Of Light that “caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it’s self preservation, and that is an act of political warfare”. Continue reading

Juneteenth: A Look In The Past + Present

Juneteenth: A Look In The Past + Present
Juneteenth (short for June 19, 1865) is effectively when slavery ended in the United States. It's a day that's remembered in history when Abraham Lincoln freed the remaining slaves in the South. But did you know that it was January 1, 1863 when Lincoln declared slaves freed? Did you also know the US and US-businesses still participate in modern day slavery?  Continue reading

5 Ways To Make A Difference: A Resource Guide To Honor The Life Of George Floyd, Support Black Lives Matters, And Protest Police Brutality

5 Ways To Make A Difference: A Resource Guide To Honor The Life Of George Floyd, Support Black Lives Matters, And Protest Police Brutality
To stay silent is to be complicit. We at MamaP believe #BlackLivesMatter and we stand with activists who are demanding change. Equality is what bands us together as a human race. It's clear there is progress yet to be made. To everyone who is hurting, feeling pain, or just angry, we see you, we feel you, we are with you. While some of us are on the ground joining local rallies, not everyone may be able to do that. We've put together a few things you can do to take action. To the black community, we are with you and we support you. Continue reading