Freedom and equality didn't magically appear for people of color on June 19. It's been growing and struggling and evolving since. That process, dear friend, is something you can be part of today.
Whether it is on a national or local level, we constantly look to point out Asian influences. We get into movies, books, shows, music, and theaters that involve Asian people.
This Cinco de Mayo, spread the knowledge with your children. Although my kiddos are too young to fully grasp the concept, I've rounded up some useful links and resources for mamas and papas to use as teaching aides.
We go to church as a little family, embracing the excitement all around us for the joyous holiday. Easter has always been both a holy and social day in my life, and I love giving that to my kiddos as well.
My daughter absolutely loves pancakes and pancakes made into different shapes makes everything even more exciting. Check out these cookie cutters from Amazon to make your pancakes and/or cookies.
We blinked it and already time for Easter! That means egg hunts, activities, and festivities -- and, of course, a photo with the Easter Bunny. Check out our Guide to Easter Events to find the perfect way to celebrate.
By sharing stories about his ancestors and the history behind the most globally celebrated Irish day, I hope the humble beginnings and the open arms for all to join are not lost but rather embraced.