A is for Activist is obvious. Author Innosanto Nagra has also written Counting on Community, these two books are a great starting place for conversation about the world. Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women World Wide by Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl provide a primer on all the amazing things that women do. Long Hair, Don't Care is a picture book for boys that don't fit the cultural norm.
We will stay.
Trina Greene Brown has worked in violence prevention for the past 15 years, managing multiple local and national initiatives. She launched Parenting for Liberation as a space for parents of Black children to envision a world where our children are cultivated to be their most liberated selves. Before creating Parenting for Liberation, Trina engaged leaders … Continue reading We will stay.
Kaitlin of the Alphabet Rockers
Kaitlin is Artistic Director for a children’s hip hop group named “Alphabet Rockers.” The Equity Collective is participating in a collaboration with them. The intent is to provide a way to explore systems and collective history in a space occupied by both children and parents. Together, we are exploring paradox and cultural learning. Our working … Continue reading Kaitlin of the Alphabet Rockers
How can parents choose schools that will support a liberation framework for their kids? In this interview between Dia and Trina from Parenting for Liberation, Dia talks about the possibilities of what could be, by examining the space in which her son is currently educated. https://soundcloud.com/parentingforliberation/interview-with-dia-penning