Over the last decade the topic of motherhood has emerged as a vibrant social, political and cultural field of study. This is an exciting time for women, men and caregivers. Continue reading
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Nickelodeon is celebrating momkind for you Harlem mommies one funny moment at a time with the launch of NickMom, the new primetime, ad-supported TV block bowing Oct. 1, and re-launching today on the Web at www.NickMom.com. Continue reading
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The mother of slain Police Officer Omar Edwards is angrily denouncing Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, saying they haven’t done enough in response to the death of her son, who was killed in a “friendly fire” shooting by a fellow officer in East Harlem in May.