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Why I Do this Work?

  I do this work for my son, Terrence, my daughter Ariyah, and for your children too. The idea for this podcast came when I attended a transition lab. Here is a link to the transitions and changes, I promised to make to myself--to be a liberated parent: Parenting for Liberation I am raising a young … Continue reading Why I Do this Work?

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Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week — Podcast with Mattice Haynes on Healing in Parenting

  “Confronting chronic emotional pain in Black life is the terrain of political resistance we must now explore, the new revolutionary frontier” -bell hooks This week on the podcast, we celebrate National Mental Health Awareness Week by discussing the role of healing and mentalhealth in parenting. We are joined by Mattice Haynes, an advocate for black women's … Continue reading Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week — Podcast with Mattice Haynes on Healing in Parenting

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

Interview with Daniel of the D-Report

Interview with Daniel of the D-Report. Title:Parenting for Liberation: Continuing the Conversation Topic: Parenting Segment: D Report Participants: Trina Green Brown, Broadcast Air Date: 06/15/18 Time: 5:15 PM (PST) Station: KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA KUCR station page: www.kucr.org Discussion Topics: – How do we take care of our children within the politics of a world … Continue reading Interview with Daniel of the D-Report

Happy Mama’s Day

Happy Mama’s Day from Parenting for Liberation! On this day we honor those who are mothering and nurturing the next generation of Black children to be liberated and whole. As you mother children, continue to mother yourselves providing yourself love and self care. Join Forward Together  annual Mamas Day initiative to celebrate mothers from marginalized communities who are often excluded from traditional … Continue reading Happy Mama’s Day

Inspiration Award

This past week, our founder, Trina Greene Brown received the Inspiration Award from CADRE at their annual spring gala. “Inspiration Award is presented to Trina Greene Brown, founder of Parenting for Liberation, with gratitude and admiration for your courageous vision of healing and transforming Black parents’ struggles into liberated collective Black parent power.” - CADRE … Continue reading Inspiration Award

Build It, They Will Come: Building a Parenting for Liberation Community of Practice

Mother and Literacy Activist, Dr. Kim Parker, reached out to us via facebook messenger to connect about hosting a family gathering in Boston for folks raising Black boys entitled "Free, Whole, & Happy Black Boys." We had the pleasure of connecting with Dr. Kim virtually sharing tools and resources. She purchased of our our last … Continue reading Build It, They Will Come: Building a Parenting for Liberation Community of Practice