In Conversation With Elle Wang, Founder & CEO of Emilia George

We’re seeing a seismic shift in the way corporations conduct business due to COVID-19. In an effort to protect their employees and help avoid the spread of the virus, companies have quickly enacted new policies. As a new business and designer, how has this shift affected your business? This crisis has created a lot of…

Family Traditions

I recently sat down with all three of my children for dinner. It was a rare moment. Trying to coordinate everyone’s schedules around a single meal seems like a simple process, yet, in today’s world, with so many responsibilities, and distractions, even a simple family meal seems hard to pull off. And even more so,…

Giving In

These are tough times, don’t we all know it. What an extraordinary experience we’re living through. Not only is there an excess of information, but it can be confusing to understand and difficult to process day after day. There is certainly a fluttering range of emotions coming to the surface since the advent of COVID-19….

For Emme

The most important thing a White mother of a multiracial child can do is to become embedded in communities of colour, that is, to create or become part of the communities where your child can have her experience of the world reflected back to her. How have you taken the initiative to do so, and…

A Mother, Separation & Quarantine

She waves goodbye to him from the front door then turns on her heels to throw herself into my arms, “I missed you, Mama.” I brave a big smile, hoping my cheeks cut off the tear ducts. Oh, how I missed you too, sweet one. Olive is two, I’m twenty-nine, and two weeks into quarantine…