How can we best prepare children to divest from the challenges caused by white supremacist culture? We all want our kids to build positive identities, be proud of themselves and their family traditions. But much of what we value is developed by white culture. There is a need to understand the importance of Black liberation. Explore what white culture parenting is, the common challenges parents face in Black liberated (HUMANIZED) parenting, and how to divest from the paradigm.
- Resources for Black liberated parenting/humanized parenting
- What is Black liberated parenting (Humanized parenting)
- Explore common challenges parents face in Black liberated parenting
- What is White Culture Parenting and How to Divest
This course is open to parents of all races, but especially for parents of white children.
Anyone parenting children will benefit for the information. All genders welcome.
The principles explored in this course are applicable to all age groups.
Kids Can Handle These Conservations
Taking this course was an excellent experience. It helped me gain more necessary tools for talking with my kids (ages 6 and 9) in realistic ways about race, systemic racism and dismantling white supremacy (hint: kids can handle these conversations, if we are willing to have them). Moreover, this course helped me in my own anti-racism work as an adult with my own biases and comfort zone. Personally, I loved the live sessions - the educational components and well as the ways in which Monique held me accountable to what is necessary in this work. I also loved all the online resources provided and homework assignments to dig deeper. I recommend this course to anyone who has kids, is going to have kids, or who works with kids. This is an investment worth making.