The last several weeks have been so very painful. I’ve struggled with how to explain to my children all that’s… Read more Empowering my 5-year-old to be an advocate and an activist
Last week, I published a piece detailing a protest and the ongoing organizing led by a multi-racial coalition of neighbors… Read more Protesting against racial profiling with my kids
At the end of every day, we practice gratitude with our children. Each of us names something we are thankful for that… Read more My white children know Black Lives Matter. Do yours?
A few weeks ago, I placed this yellow, intersectional Black Lives Matter sign created by Matice M. Moore, a Black… Read more The messy story behind the Black Lives Matter sign in my white family’s window
Across our country and the globe, millions of people came together to march against Donald Trump and the racism, misogyny, xenophobia,… Read more Reflections on the Women’s March from a white lady striving to do better
I realize I’m a solid four days late for a New Years post, but 2016 continued to be a soul-sucker until… Read more 6 resolutions for resistance in 2017
On June 18, 2015, I woke up to news that 9 Black people had been killed in a Charleston, South… Read more “But what can we do?!” A white mother’s reflections on racial justice and parenting
Recently, I went to hear journalist and Black Lives Matter activist, Shaun King, speak to students, faculty and community members… Read more “The Good Enough”, anti-racist parent