From Publisher’s Lunch Deesha Philyaw and Michael Thomas’s CO-PARENTING 101: Advice from a Formerly Married Couple on Parenting Across Two Households, the first book co-authored by a divorced couple for whom co-parenting is central to their daily lives, providing expert advice, practical tips, and tried-and-true tactics developed from real life co-parenting experiences, to Melissa Kirk at New […]
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I’ll be interviewed on Santita Jackson’s radio show on WVON Chicago tomorrow (4/6) @ noon EST, discussing a recent article “‘Baby daddy’ study may draw unfair spotlight to black women”. (Ms. Jackson is the eldest daughter of Rev. Jesse Jackson). Hope you can tune in!
Check out my latest column at The Faster Times (includes an excerpt from our segment!).
…is going to tape a segment for the CBS News’s “The Early Show” this weekend re: co-parenting? El Ex, the kiddoes, and me! Not sure when it will air, but stay tuned! ETA: The segment will air on Wednesday 9/15 some time between 8 and 9 AM. WOOT!
My friend Tami of WhatTamiSaid is holding it down at Change.org with a new piece on race and the mommyhood. Bonus: I’m quoted! Or rather, my Bitch article is.
“I am doing my best to raise a happy, active and healthy boy. I believe that wherever possible, if the parents can cooperate and co-parent in a positive way, the child will benefit. Levi and I are turning a new page here as co-parents to this wonderful boy and putting aside the past because doing […]
Reactions to the news of former Vice President Al Gore and his wife Tipper’s separation have pretty much fallen into 3 categories of commentary: 1) “For crying out loud, after 40 years, they should have just stuck it out!”; 2) macro-level consideration and trendspotting along the lines of “Separation as an Iconic Baby Boom Act” […]
I weighn in on this hot mess here.
My latest at The Faster Times.
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