We can make some great and positive changes if we implement the following recommendations…
SFUSD GATE Participation by Race | Create infographics Clicking on the circle graph representing SFUSD demographics above you can see that Asians are the largest ethnic group of students in our district at 44% of the population. If you click on the GATE graph, you see they represent 66% of the GATE population. While Black […]
Black History Month: #7 Learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with these kid-friendly videos.
What are you doing to counteract negative stereotypes communicated about black people to your children? Follow these 5 simple steps to raise unbiased kids.
At a time when I am trying to balance healing myself with giving back, the events surrounding the Black Lives Matter Movement have made me feel a need to be even more active in the social justice movement. So, this question has been troubling me. “How can I stay engaged in the movement for social justice in a meaningful AND sustainable way?”
We are creating a list of resources for parents of young children to address racial equity in our families, and communities. Do you have any to share?
Masharika Prejean Maddison, Executive Director of Parents for Public Schools – San Francisco (PPS-SF) reflects on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
It is important to have a wide range of diverse books for children to read. Learn about how you can support the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign May 1-3, 2014.
Now that I am a parent, and my girls are old enough, I want to watch this film with them. My girls are biracial (like me) and I think it will be meaningful for them to see our family represented in the mix of families presented.
The simple act of talking about skin color, may seem superficial. Nonetheless, it can be an important first step in talking about race with very young children and is surprisingly absent from many (White) parents’ conversations with their kids.