by Trina Greene Brown
Parenting For Liberation was launched as a virtual platform in 2016 by activist-mama Trina Greene Brown. In her introduction to this guidebook she states that the blog and podcast were created to "...connect, inspire, and uplift Black parents as they navigate and negotiate raising Black children within the social and political context of the United States...rooted in an Afrofuturist vision of a world where Black parents are in community with each other to raise Black children without fear and instead parent for liberation." This book combines personal stories gathered from the virtual platform with practical exercises that families can engage with around topics such as opening communication between parents and children, police violence, and visioning liberated schools. Learn more.
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