Family of the Future: The Hamilton Family

Family of the Future: The Hamilton Family

Although Angel Hamilton (pictured also with husband Dustin) was a stay-at-home mom to her two sons, Christian, 4, and Isaiah, 2, prior to the pandemic, she has had to adjust her routine and expectations. One day, the history books will include paragraphs about the...
What A Mess! How Do We Get Back On Track?

What A Mess! How Do We Get Back On Track?

Q: “Our family has gone through a transition because of the recent pandemic. My husband is depressed because he had to close his business. He’s snappy with the kids and me and has relinquished his parenting duties, until he doesn’t like a decision I’ve made. Then we...
Raising A Racially Sensitive Child: Catherine McGeeney

Raising A Racially Sensitive Child: Catherine McGeeney

ACTIVELY CHOOSING ANTI-RACISM Catherine McGeeney, director of communications at the Coalition for the Homeless and mother of three, says the first step in raising a racially sensitive white child is to accept the systemic racism present in our city. “I’m a white mom...
Family Of The Future: The Scott Family

Family Of The Future: The Scott Family

Jacob, 10, and Annabelle Scott, 12, play on the corkscrew swing in their backyard. The corkscrew swing was designed by Annabelle during a homeschool yearlong focus on engineering. An uncle helped build it from her designs. One day, the history books will include...
Raising a Racially Sensitive Child: Sadiqa Reynolds

Raising a Racially Sensitive Child: Sadiqa Reynolds

“We must have a different conversation about race, and stop painting people with broad brushes,” says Sadiqa Reynolds, president and CEO of the Louisville Urban League. In early June, protests spanned the globe in a unified call to end systemic racism and police...