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
Parenting for Liberation is beyond excited to share our latest offering! Our Affirmation Card Deck invites you to (re)claim and (re)connect with yourself, your child, and your community. Created as a companion to the book "Parenting for Liberation: A Guide for Raising Black Children," this deck is intended to support you to affirm yourself and your parenting. … Continue reading Affirmation Card Deck
Celebrate Juneteenth Weekend in Love, Resistance, and Community with us! https://www.care.com/c/stories/17254/juneteenth-for-kids/ We have a joyful Juneteenth weekend lined up this year where we will be celebrating Trina's One Year Book Anniversary, Juneteenth in Bloom, and Black Daddy Day! If you're in the Los Angeles area, please consider joining us or stopping by (masks are required). … Continue reading Juneteenth 2021
Trina joins Next Question with Katie Couric and shares the importance of Parenting for Liberation in this moment of multiple pandemics of COVID-19 and racial violence, and how Black families can return to healing through community and ancestral ways towards wholeness and liberation. "It has been a brutal year. Not only for the loss, heartache … Continue reading “When trauma is shared: How to heal together”
Celebrate Black Mama Magic with us on Saturday, May 8th from 11am-2pm for a socially-distanced and masked drive-thru, pop-up Mama’s Day celebration!
Join us in conversation on March 19th as we honor the radical power of Black mothers with Anna Malaika Tubbs author of The Three Mothers which celebrates Black motherhood by telling the story of the women who raised and shaped three of America’s most pivotal heroes: Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin.
http://www.paperbackparis.com/trina-greene-brown-parenting-for-liberation-book-review/ 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 … Continue reading Book Review
Habari Gani? Kujichagulia! Today is the second day of Kwanzaa, a week-long celebration that honors African heritage of the Black Diaspora. We will be highlighting the importance of the seven core principles of Kwanzaa, how you can practice in your families and communities, and share how Parenting for Liberation work embodies the tenets of each … Continue reading KUJICHAGULIA
https://soundcloud.com/parentingforliberation/espisode-34-all-about-kwanzaa-with-david-love Habari Gani?! Our first annual Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration, in partnership with Dior Sunset Foundation, was an amazing community gathering bringing together 150 Black families in Los Angeles. Kwanzaa is a 7-day African-American & Pan-African holiday created to celebrate our culture, heritage, & foster unity, beginning on December 26-January 1. This episode features a snippet from … Continue reading New Podcast Episode! All About Kwanzaa
Habari Gani?! Our first annual Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration, in partnership with Dior Sunset Foundation, was an amazing community gathering bringing together 150 Black families in Los Angeles. Kwanzaa is a 7-day African-American & Pan-African holiday created to celebrate our culture, heritage, & foster unity, beginning on December 26-January 1. https://youtu.be/eIqsJ8D40oc More photos available on Facebook. While, there are … Continue reading Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration