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

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I remember the first time when you thought you didn’t belong

Gaza in My Daydreams

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I find myself grappling with the stark contrast between my reality and the reality endured by children and parents in Gaza. I wonder if other mothers are having daydreams-turned-nightmares like me.  

Maternal Dread

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During my first pregnancy, I was consumed with hypervigilance and fear

Will We Survive?

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I sat on a long subway ride from my borough of Brooklyn to Emily Raboteau’s home in the Bronx, crying


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"I want a poisonous frog!"


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It is hard to know how to hold the person you love the most amidst a devastation you can never specifically know.

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