Recently I began hosting a Black Family Breakfast at my girls’ school for black and mixed-race families as an effort to “explore race and culture.”
Being being black in America right now is frankly depressing. With all that is happening, the urge to to go back to “business as usual” seems way off base.
Does your child’s school library have a diversity gap? What about your child’s classroom library?
Hosting a Black Family Breakfast is a great way for Black families to get to get involved in making your school a better place for all students.
It’s not always easy to find books that reflect this diversity however. That’s why I wanted to share a great resource for finding new diverse books.
Learn more about Black Violin a unique hip-hop group bringing classical violin to a whole new audience.
10 questions to for Black families to ensure our culture is valued and visible in all our schools.
Watch this informative and inspiring TEDx Talk by Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade as he explains his perspectives on the ways we can better support urban youth.
This is so AMAZING! Thank you Ernestine Johnson for this amazing thoughtful answer…
Why we can’t talk about honors without understanding the concept of structural racism and how it plays out in our schools.