Mahogany Momology is an on-line dialog pertaining to the concerns and carefree parenting of black motherhood.
Season 3, Episode 21: The New Educational Wealth Gap
We'll discuss one of those factors that *may* contribute to the decisions OUR families are making--the wealth gap of education. Thanks to social media, not only have we heard the about the expansion of ‘learning pods’, we also hearing of other options like concierge-type teaching where teachers come to their homes.
Season 3, Episode 20: On the Couch During the Pandemic
We’ve covered a lot of topics during this pandemic, but we’ve never really sat down with ourselves to check in with how the black mother is doing...feeling...surviving during the pandemic. It’s time to schedule an appointment, sit on the couch and make sense of it all with our therapist, Dr. Dahomey Abanishe.
Season 3, Episode 19: School Choice During COVID-19
With a little over a month away from school reopening, parents are expressing concerns about the protocols for safe social distancing, sanitation practices, and teacher training. Let’s discuss the education options and concerns during COVID-19.
Season 3, Episode 18: When its US bullying US
When Black women are the token minority in the workforce, we attempt to seek out other Black women co-workers within the office environment. But what happens when that sense of pride and #blackgirlmagic turns to misery and dread the hands of said Black woman? Let’s talk bullying is the worst, as an adult, when it’s buy us.
Season 3, Episode 17: Researching Your Roots
Last episode we spoke with Awete Tyehimba, owner of Pan African Connection, about reconnecting with our roots...the inspiration behind the reconnecting. One question we asked was where do we begin. It can be quite an overwhelming and daunting task. We’ll be talking about the process of researching your roots with our guest momologist, Bernetta Knighten of BernettaStyle.
Season 3, Episode 16: Return To Your Roots
Season 3, Episode 16: Return to Your Roots
Many of us are revamping conversations that we had in 2016 about leaving the United States… Going back to Africa… Reconnecting with our roots. What does that process look like? Where would we begin? We’ll be discussing this with our guest momologist, Aweke Tyehimba.