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Ramadan Mubarak!

Posted by Tonisha Kimble on

  I want to wish everyone who celebrates Ramadan Mubarak! To help mark the occasion, I'm sharing some titles that feature Muslims and/or Ramadan, as well as some other fun and informative links related to Ramadan. Crafts anyone? Rashad's Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr (Cloverleaf Books - Holidays and Special Days) 5 Little Muslims You Are Beautiful Hind's Hands: A Story about Autism Amina's Voice She Wore Red Trainers 🖤🖤🖤 More books and comics/graphic novels  Jannah Jewels is a Chapter Book Series for young readers focusing on Islam’s rich history. Hassan and Aneesa Love Ramadan (Hassan & Aneesa) Nanni's Hijab Nightly News with...

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Wakanda Curriculum by Tess Raser

Posted by Tonisha Kimble on

  To access the Google Doc curriculum, please follow this link.  @tessraser has developed a Wakanda Curriculum that bridges themes in the Black Panther movie with actual African culture and history. This is great! I love that she's using popular entertainment to engage students and provide them with factual information.

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The Black Doll Encyclopedia

Posted by Tonisha Kimble on

By now I think we've all seen the black/white doll comparison videos or scanned at least one article discussing the importance of having dolls that look like US. At this point there is no debate that having representative dolls is important to a melanated girl's self-esteem. It is also very clear that the marketplace is still lacking in representation of melanated dolls, what we need to know now is ... where do we find the black dolls that ARE out there? Well look no further! This will be a resource for those looking for not just black dolls, but those...

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Hurricane Harvey aid

Posted by Tonisha Kimble on

As someone who went through Katrina, I can't begin to imagine what the residents of the greater Houston area, and residents in parts of Louisiana are dealing with right now and will be dealing with in the future. Here we've included the information to some organizations that are specifically helping those communities who may be most in need and that are most often forgotten. If you know of any more, please include them in the comments. I will update this as I come across any new or updated information. Y'all stay up and be blessed! * In times of distress,...

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Our story

Posted by Tonisha Kimble on

The idea for this business came to me in the middle of the night one night, but all the elements of this journey have been forming themselves all throughout my life. All the ups and the downs and all the in between's. And here I am today, a black single mother from Mississippi starting a business. They say through struggle comes strength and here I am entering the world of entrepreneurialism. My main reason for starting this business is so that I will have something tangible to pass onto my son -- the smart, curious, young black man that he...

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