But, there was one character who I found most intriguing: T’Challa, King of Wakanda, a.k.a. the Black Panther. Black Panther has remained my favorite comic book character for decades.
All my daughter and I wanted to do was go home from the library. But, far too often we have to deal with someone else's bitterness. This is our burden.
If you were working with someone on a project and this other person was editing your work, but changing it to the point where you were uncomfortable with the edits, wouldn't you say something?
If you felt as if this person had not been reading all of your edits and changed how you described your personal blog, would you be satisfied?
I had a discussion with my daughter about the need to go high instead of low even when you are dealing with angry people.
Here are five wonderful 2016 books to add to your child's library!
My daughter and I recently discovered the great book Basketball Belles: How Two Teams and One Scrappy Player Put Women's Hoops on the Map by Sue Macy and illustrated by Matt Collins.
"Hey, Look at your skin . . . The wonderful skin you live in!"
"Imagine not being able to marry the person you loved, just because they were of a race different from your own."
In honor of the birthday of Langston Hughes and the start of Black History Month
Want to continue the dialogue about Dr. King with your young child? Check out this wonderful children's book!
“Out of my way, Big Ears!”
Otis is happily strolling in the park one day when a bully dog taunts him with this insult.
Here's my review of Disney's new film, Zootopia!
I recently had the chance to discuss modern dads and the show "black-ish" and even briefly interview Anthony Anderson on the Modern Dads Podcast.
I could not be happier about the increase in positive portrayals of fathers in advertising.