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Women’s History Month: Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho

For #WomensHistoryMonth, Parenting for Liberation wants to honor Black mama’s who are doing the work of raising liberated children. Throughout the month of March we will highlight Black mamas who lead, inspire, and cultivate liberation in their homes and in the community. Some are public figures and others are connected to our network. We are happy to honor and shine light on their Black Mama Magic!

Today we salute Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho, Black Activist Mother. 

“Black women as mothers have an unspoken traditional practice of enacting their intersectionality as critical community engagement. This way of practicing mothering for black women unfolds as an interconnected process of story listening, storytelling and story writing practices as emancipatory work, to get free!”

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