January 29, 2008 February is fast approaching, which has many parents thinking about creative ways to celebrate Black History Month as a family. Moms Jolene Ivey, Cassandra Burrell and Aisha Ortiz discuss creative ways to teach children about the contributions of black Americans.
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January 22, 2008 Continuing its political coverage from South Carolina, the program checks in with the local chapter of Mocha Moms in Columbia. Michelle Duggar, Aisha McNary Brown and Andrena Myers Davis talk local politics, the voting strength of black women and how the candidates can win their vote.
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January 15, 2008 Banita Jacks, a 33-year-old mother in Washington, D.C., allegedly killed her four daughters and lived with their decomposing bodies for months. The case has gained national attention, prompting many to ask how Jack's circumstances became so dire. This week's Mocha Moms are joined by Dr. Kevin Williams, a psychiatrist, to discuss the importance of community intervention.
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January 8, 2008 The pregnancy of 16-year-old Jamie Lynn Spears, Nickelodeon star and sister of tabloid icon Britney Spears, has many parents concerned about their teens' behavior. Mocha Moms Jolene Ivey and Cheli English-Figaro discuss talking about sex and responsibility with youngsters. The moms are joined by Jenifer Lippincott, author of 7 Things Your Teenager Won't Tell You.
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