Parenting Self: Stretching & Connecting

Join us on August 7th in San Francisco at Cafe Alma for a free community and book signing event centering Black parents in healing and wholeness! Come for a dynamic panel discussion moderated by event host, Maura Bairley, with Trina Greene Brown and book contributors, Dia Penning and Mia Birdsong, about liberated parenting, stretching and staying connected to ourselves and our community. We'll have … Continue reading Parenting Self: Stretching & Connecting

These platforms are helping Black Americans overcome the trauma of racism

“As our community is trying to process inescapable exposure to Black suffering on social and traditional media, P4L’s Black August is shifting the narrative towards our healing, joy, and resilience.Trina Greene Brown Thank you A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez for this important piece centering Black families and our healing. Read the full article here:

Community Care: Altar Building We hosted a collective virtual altar building space for Black parents to reaffirm the ways that we care for ourselves and our babies. Especially when systems fail us, is when we need one another. Our altar building space was held by B. Anderson.  We were so honored to be in partnership with B. to … Continue reading Community Care: Altar Building

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