Mori K. Anderson

A Parent’s Reflection on 9/11 — 20 Years Later

A local mom takes a look back on how she felt during the attacks on 9/11 20 years ago and how she's addressing the anniversary with her kids.

What Kamala Harris Means to a Local Black Mom

A Detroit mom of two talks Kamala Harris and what the swearing in of the first Black woman Vice President means to her family.

Overcoming America’s History of Racism and Segregation

A local mom talks about how Black women have fought injustice throughout America's history and continue to do so, despite the heartbreak.

The Importance of Racial Representation in Toys

A Detroit mom of two talks about the wake-up call she had while she and her daughter looked for a doll at Target and the importance of representation in toys.

The Reality of Being a Black Mom

A black mom from Detroit explains how the killing of black men affects the way she parents her two young kids — and calls for change from those who read her story.
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