The unbearable grief of Black mothers

“Black mothers require these healing resources because of the pre-existing disparities in access to both physical and mental health resources, coupled with the added pressures of round-the-clock caregiving, financial uncertainty, school closures, and social isolation that is uniquely impacting Black mothers,” – Trina Greene Brown Please read this important piece by A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez #freeblackmotherhood

Story Time Success

We are filled with joy at all the families who joined us from across the globe for our virtual Story Time with Jamia Wilson!  Thanks for reading both “Young, Gifted and Black”  & “Big Ideas for Young Thinkers,” and for  chanting, dancing, and visioning a new world with us! It warms our hearts to bear witness to … Continue reading Story Time Success

Community Care During COV19

Dear Community, Parenting for Liberation is holding you, your children,  your families, and your communities in our thoughts and prayers. These are scary times right now—with lots of uncertainty and rapidly evolving updates about COVID-19, from school closures, remote working, to social isolation. On top of information from the government and public health officials, there … Continue reading Community Care During COV19

This Black History Month’s Lesson: Joy

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. … Continue reading This Black History Month’s Lesson: Joy