Raising Black Boys in America





Conversations with Randi B. Podcast




Do you think Black mothers are tougher on their sons? If so, should we stop being so tough?



neversay of the week


The Reasoning:

If you don’t teach boys that it is normal and acceptable to show sadness; they will show anger.



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Black-owned business spotlight



the travel corner

  • Where I was: Washington, DC
  • Why: To attend a 50th Birthday
  • One Word I’d use to describe this weekend: COLD!
  • My Favorite Thing This Weekend: Besides seeing my friends, I loved the band, Secret Society. They are so dope!
  • Where I stayed: W hotel on 15th Street. I usually stay with my best friend.


introducing my journey to 50

2020 marks the year I turn 50 - and through the years I've learned a thing or two about love, life, and myself. Each week I'll be sharing a rule or revelation I learned a long the way.


THIS WEEK'S Revelation


We, as parents of Black children, can not allow fear to lead us. We must lead with love.



PEACe & Love

this is Randi B.


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