A podcast for Black parents seeking liberation in their homes hosted by Trina Greene Brown.
Episode 49: Honoring Black Mothers of the Movement
This Women's History Month, P4L honors the radical power of Black mothers with Anna Malaika Tubbs author of The Three Mothers which celebrates Black motherhood by telling the story of the women who raised and shaped three of America’s most pivotal heroes: Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin.
Keep up with Anna, IG: @annastea_honesty Twitter: @annas_tea_
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Episode 48: Black Women & Self-Love
On the heels of Black History Month and Valentines Day, entering upon Women's History Month, this episode honors Black Women and Self-Love. Harkening Audre Lorde's commitment to self-love and self-care who said, “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare,” I join a couple of girlfriends for a Friday-night convo about Black women and loving on ourselves. A friend of mine, Nicole D. Vick, a public health advocate, mother, and author of Pushing Through invited me to join a live stream event with another friend, Dr. Nomsa Khalfani, a mom and an executive leader in health care, to discuss Self-Love as Political Warfare.
We discuss the pressures on Black women to do it all for everyone, the need to take care of ourselves, and how self-care is community care.
Episode 47: Continued Convos on Consent with Ignacio Rivera
Enjoy quick convo with Ignacio Rivera (guest of our episode #19 "Let's Talk About Sex") as we returned to discuss consent. Trina shares some new experiences raising a tween around dating, relationships, and consent.
This snippet is part of a longer that Trina and Ignacio will have about pop-culture and sexual liberation, on Ignacio's Connecting the Dots show https://heal2end.org/media/connectingthedots/
Episode 46: Unschooling with "My Reflection Matters Village"
In this episode, we talk with Chemay Morales-James about all things unschooling! We discuss what self-directed education looks like, the power of learning in a village and how to best support our children in their learning and liberation. Learn more about the virtual learning village at “My Reflection Matters”.
Chemay is a social liberation & equity coach who founded My Reflection Matters, LLC in 2016. She is an unschooling mom of two brilliant, TriniRican boys. She loves traveling, going on adventures and exploring new things with her sons, reading, decorating, yoga, photography, and collecting funky art.
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A fantastic resource for parents!
I very much enjoy listening to Parenting for Liberation. This is a deeply felt and inspiring podcast for POC parents filled with real and valuable information dedicated to supporting parents wherever they are. I highly recommend listening to!