A mix of kitchen counter, living room couch style conversations with activist parents, parent activists throughout various movements.
Episode 68: Centering Joy in Black Motherhood – Parenting for Liberation
On this episode, Trina speaks with Tanya Nixon-Silberg, founder of Little Uprisings, an organization focused on centering artivism, racial justice, and liberation with kids. Her primary artistic identities lie in puppetry and storytelling and her work moves through the lens of liberation in Black identities focusing on body remembrances of childhood and joy. Tanya’s large-scale community-driven artistry has been exhibited at many Greater Boston institutions including the ICA, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Peabody Essex Museum, and Fuller Craft Museum. She is currently in a multi-year partnership with Boston and Brookline Public Schools leading anti-bias/anti-racism professional learning and curriculum development. Tanya is also the co-leader of the Un-ADULT-erated Black Joy Collective with other Black mothers in Boston, and co-producer of Play for Change with the Gottabees. Resources: http://www.nowandthere.org/tanya-nixonsilberg-project http://www.littleuprisings.org
- Episode 68: Centering Joy in Black Motherhood
- Episode 67: Addressing Disparities in Black Maternal Healthcare
- Episode 66: Supporting Breastfeeding in Black Families
- Episode 65 (Part 4): Black Parent Innovation Lab Mini Series – Nature Time
- Episode 65 (Part 3): Black Parent Innovation Lab Mini Series -The Dandelion Project