CSMC – Ep. 4: Election Special: Courting the Minority Single Mom Vote.

Last night, we hosted a video chat centered on voting and the upcoming presidential election. Our guest panelist was Beyond Baby Mamas community member, Katrice Evans, a single mom and student working in the medical profession. Because the election is less than two weeks out, we wanted be sure to host a Conversation with Single […]

CSMC – Ep. 3: “Coed Conversation: Single Fathers’ Rights and Realities.”

This week’s CSMC webcast was the first of many which will feature a single father (or sons of single fathers or men with particular insight into minority single fatherhood). One of our Beyond Baby Mamas goals is to facilitate healthy productive communication with men. Too often, conversations about single parenthood — particularly within communities of […]

Conversations with Single Mothers of Color: Ep. 2 – “The Help”: How to Build Support Systems and Villages as Single Mothers.

This Saturday, we recorded our second-ever Conversation with Single Mothers of Color. Our topic was “The Help”: How to Build Support Systems and Villages as Single Mothers, and I couldn’t have asked for a better panel of guests. Mothers Maya Cano, Nicole¬†Aghaaliandastjerdi, and Vik VarWoo discussed their experiences with building a strong network of support […]

Call for Panelists (Week 2) – “The Help”: How to Build Support Systems and Villages as a Single Mom

We hope you’ve had a chance to watch the premiere of our weekly webcast, Conversations with Single Mothers of Color. If you did, you know that last week’s Conversation, “Statistics Are Not Our Stories” raised great issues and gave a few lovely mothers an opportunities to share their stories. This week, our topic is “The […]

Conversations with Single Mothers of Color: Ep. 1 – “Statistics Are Not Our Stories.”

Last Thursday, Beyond Baby Mamas launched its very first weekly webcast in a series called Conversations with Single Mothers of Color. After a 25-minute delay due to technical difficulties, my wonderful panelists — mother of two, social media butterfly, and blogger Vik VarWoo, government finance specialist and mother to one son Jakiba Herndon, nursing assistant, […]