Make sure to check out A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez’s New York Times Parenting piece on centering Joy this Black History Month!

This Black History month, P4L has been thinking about futures and what it means to proclaim our joy publicly.

Trina reminds us “This is what liberation looks like — black families playing together, enjoying one another’s presence. This is what our ancestors fought for — our ability to be free.”

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