Black women have become the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs, but substantial challenges remain present By Josephine McNeal Black women are the fastest-growing demographic of … [Read more...]
When COVID-19 hit, Homeschooling Spiked. Now, Parents are Reluctant to Send Their kids Back.
By Josephine McNeal Homeschooling, once a fairly niche form of education, rose to new heights during COVID-19, especially among Black families who made the switch at a remarkably high … [Read more...]
COVID Vaccines for the Youngest Among Us
By Josephine McNeal As of mid-June, children ages 6 months through 4 years can now get COVID vaccines. This authorization expands eligibility for the vaccines to nearly 20 million additional … [Read more...]
It’s Complicated: Understanding the Complexities of COVID, Motherhood, and Mental Health in the Black Community
By Josephine McNeal Creating life and starting or growing a family can bring pure joy to a woman’s life. It can also be a source of anxiety and hidden fear. In addition to the physical changes … [Read more...]