Black Daddy Day 2022

bit.ly/daddyday22 Despite negative narratives in the media, we know Black fathers are playing an important and present role in the lives of their children. Black dads, we see you and celebrate you! Join us for our annual Black Daddy Day as we bring conversations on Black fatherhood, intergenerational healing, positive communication and co-parenting to the … Continue reading Black Daddy Day 2022

Black Mama Magic

"In search of my mother's garden, I found my own."Alice Walker In honor of Black motherhood, Parenting for Liberation is celebrating our 3rd annual Black Mama Magic event! This year we are bringing Black Mamas in Los Angeles together for an intimate outdoor gathering centering the connection between motherhood and mother nature. Through connecting with plants and the natural … Continue reading Black Mama Magic

Listening Sessions

As part of our 2022 goals to Listen & Amplify Parent Voices, our Community Organizer, jay brissette, has been holding space virtually for the last two months for Black parents and caregivers to connect, share experiences, and participate in solution-making. Black parents have raised valid concerns and challenges around their own fatigue and exhaustion, barriers in access to … Continue reading Listening Sessions

Raising & Reading Black Futures

This Black History Month theme we've been reflecting on the many ways of "Raising Black Futures". In the latest podcast episode, Trina chats with Ashley Aaron, Director of Community Arts at Museum of Children's Art, about how we can empower our children to be their most liberated selves through art and creative-expression. Ashley curated a … Continue reading Raising & Reading Black Futures

Black Parent Listening Sessions 2022

P4L is holding space to hear your stories and experiences as Black parents. But beyond listening, we want to source solutions from within our community from some of the most resourceful people - Black Parents - YOU! So join us every 1st Sunday 7pm PT for Story Circles where you can share some of the … Continue reading Black Parent Listening Sessions 2022

UJIMA

Habari Gani? Ujima! Today, on the third day of Kwanzaa, we celebrate Ujima (Collective Work & Responsibility) which is to build & maintain our community together & make our brothers' & sisters' problems our problems, and to solve them together.  Today’s reflection and call to action comes from our Organizing Coordinator, jay.  during the first shelter-in-place order, other people were … Continue reading UJIMA