BLACK LIVES MATTER

June 8th, 2020 | by Ezra Stone

We at Mutha Magazine stand with the Movement for Black Lives: with black folks, black families, black writers and artists,


When the Icons of Motherhood Fail You

November 28th, 2022 | by Cynthia DiTiberio

With Ma as my example, I learned that much of mothering was keeping others afloat, anticipating their needs, ensuring that everyone else is taken care of


Mostly Functioning

November 21st, 2022 | by Robin Silbergleid

somehow I have raised a semi-adult person who is EMS-certified and capable of doing a twelve-hour shift on an ambulance but can’t manage to get their used La Croix can into the recycling bin or change their sheets or empty the cat box without being reminded at least sixteen times


Mama Bird

November 10th, 2022 | by Maria Hanley

On the second Friday of the new school year, my seventh grader fastened his seatbelt, leaned over the giant backpack in his lap, and sobbed. “I don’t want to go to school.”


Graffiti Mom: MOMZ1

November 7th, 2022 | by Lisa Hanson

In his teen years before he moved out, I was often up in the night or would jerk awake with the image of him falling, unable to return to sleep again


DEAR ANGELA GARBES: On Sobbing

November 3rd, 2022 | by Jade Sanchez-Ventura

Crying seems the most natural of responses to these last years in pandemic and global disruption. So why hadn’t I done more of it



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