Black Daddy Day 2023

Join us for our annual Black Daddy Day on Saturday, June 17th in Los Angeles as we bring conversations on Black fatherhood, intergenerational healing, and fellowship to the center with other dads invested in being the best version of themselves!Not only will we be playing popular casino style games, we’ll also talk about how we can change the game of Black fatherhood, one father at … Continue reading Black Daddy Day 2023

New Episode! Parenting After Prison

https://soundcloud.com/parentingforliberation/episode-33-parenting-after-prison In this week’s podcast, Trina talks with Matthew Arlington, who is currently interning with Parenting for Liberation through his program at California State University Fullerton. Matthew is a father who was formerly incarcerated during the early stages of fatherhood. This episode focuses on the hardships associated with parenting while incarcerated and methods to overcome … Continue reading New Episode! Parenting After Prison

Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Providing Space for Healing and Liberation to Incarcerated Women

Founder, Trina Greene Brown, is on Ms. Magazine blog today sharing her personal story that inspired her to create a multimedia platform for Black parents who commit to raise Black children who are free liberated. "Freedom is what many parents who have histories of enslavement and incarceration desire for their children. As the daughter of … Continue reading Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Providing Space for Healing and Liberation to Incarcerated Women

Black Fatherhood: Interview with Neil Irvin

On the eve of Father's Day, we share an interview with Neil Irvin of Men Can Stop Rape, where he reflected on Black fatherhood and parenting for liberation, gender equity in the house-hold , the responsibility of Black keeping Black children safe, the role of Black male role models, and much more. This Father's Day,  … Continue reading Black Fatherhood: Interview with Neil Irvin

Engaging Boys and Men: Interview with Quentin Walcott

With Father's Day just around the corner, I connected with a fellow gender-violence activist and brother in the movement, Quentin "Q" Walcott, Co-Executive Director of CONNECT to learn about CONNECT's 7th Annual Father's Day Pledge to End Violence. During our exchange, we explored the following: the role of men in ending violence against women how Black boys are conditioned … Continue reading Engaging Boys and Men: Interview with Quentin Walcott