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
We’re back with another feature in the Parent Who Inspires series! I’m so excited to introduce you to Dr. Lucretia… Read more Parents who inspire: Lucretia Berry
Did y’all follow the incredible Black Mama’s Bail Out campaign as it came to fruition last week? The Black Mama’s… Read more Talking about the Black Mama’s Bail Out action with my 5-year-old
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?
I am a white, cisgender woman, married to a white, cisgender man and we have two white children. I started… Read more Interrupting whiteness with my white children
I’m a newbie when it comes to participating in marches and protests. In order to prepare for my trip to… Read more Preparing to march: a compilation of tips and best practices
I grew up in a strict, no-guns allowed household. No real guns, no toy guns. Even squirt guns were off-limits. Neighborhood… Read more Five lessons I’ve learned as an anti-gun parent raising a gun loving child
Settle in, because y’all are going to enjoy getting to know Jonah McDonald, the latest Parent Who Inspires! I was… Read more Parents who inspire: Jonah McDonald
If I could describe my mental state following the election in one word, I’d choose “scattered”. At first, there was a lot… Read more Raising kids to recognize and embrace difference is a way to resist Trump’s hate-filled agenda
The first time I put my daughter’s hair in a ponytail, my son, who was 3 at the time, asked… Read more Parents: how do we teach our kids to recognize, celebrate and defend differences in themselves and others?