One of the most compelling elements of Parenting for Liberation is the freedom woven into its fabric, right down to how you read it. Brown’s philosophy is rooted in the transformation of Black parenting from a style defined by fear to a style focused on liberation. Through her three sections, Brown encourages her readers to take time to reflect on the stories, advice, and techniques the guide offers. Each section — focusing on reconnection to self, children, and community — facilitates a different type of reflection, aiming to offer a progressive and liberated understanding of the Black family, which ultimately includes the active agency of parents and children.