90 episodes

A podcast for Black parents seeking liberation in their homes hosted by Trina Greene Brown.

Parenting for Liberation Parenting for Liberation

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.8 • 31 Ratings

A podcast for Black parents seeking liberation in their homes hosted by Trina Greene Brown.

    Episode 78: Black Brilliance

    Episode 78: Black Brilliance

    Join Trina Greene for an impactful conversation with Shawna Wells, Founder and CEO of B is for Black Brilliance, on the topic of Legacy & Black Brilliance.

    • 44 min
    Episode 77: Strong African American Families

    Episode 77: Strong African American Families

    In this podcast episode, Trina Greene is joined by Marinne Nolen, Fenella Williams, paradyse oakley to discuss the impact of the Strong African American Families Program (SAAF) curriculum on Black Families and themselves. They discuss ways to approach healthy communication, healing intergenerational parenting wounds, and more!

    Learn more about the SAAF curriculum and program here.

    If you're in the LA area and want to join P4L's upcoming SAAF programming, sign up here.

    • 45 min
    Episode 76: The Vibration of Grace

    Episode 76: The Vibration of Grace

    Tune in as Trina Greene & gina Breedlove dive into the transformative power of sound healing and the journey of healing from your past. Join them as they explore topics like soul retrieval and the crucial role of self-care in the healing process. Get ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment as they share insights, stories, and techniques to help you unlock your true potential and find peace within.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Episode 75: “Make Revolution Irresistible: The Collective Power of Black Imagination and Innovation”

    Episode 75: “Make Revolution Irresistible: The Collective Power of Black Imagination and Innovation”

    Toni Cade Bambara adamantly noted that "as a culture worker who belongs to an oppressed people, my job is to make revolution irresistible”. This panel discussion takes up this invitation to name what it means to make revolution irresistible and possible within the Black community. Our panelists, TaVia Wooley, Dr. Natalie Graham, Marc Philpart, and Nicole D. Vick are leaders, parents and caregivers, dreamers, entrepreneurs, innovators, and community members. They will speak to the importance of creating community and learning spaces, how to develop meaningful networks, and what nourishes their vision of Black liberation and joy.

    • 59 min
    Episode 74: Authentic & Audacious: Embodiment of Black Aesthetics (Black Book Chat)

    Episode 74: Authentic & Audacious: Embodiment of Black Aesthetics (Black Book Chat)

    On this episode, Trina speaks with author Rebecca Walker a student-organized event at California State University Fullerton.




    Rebecca Walker has contributed to the global conversation about race, gender, power, and the evolution of the human family for three decades. Since graduating from Yale, she has authored and edited seven bestselling books on subjects ranging from intergenerational feminism and multiracial identity to Black Cool and ambivalent motherhood, and written dozens of articles on topics as varied as Barack Obama’s masculinity, the work of visual artist Ana Mendieta, and the changing configuration of the American family. 

    Rebecca has written, developed and produced film and television projects with Warner Brothers, NBCUniversal, Amazon, HBO, and Paramount, and spoken at over four hundred universities and corporate campuses internationally, including Harvard, The Whitney Museum, and TEDx Lund. When Rebecca was 21, she co-founded the Third Wave Fund, which makes grants to womxn and transgender youth working for social justice.

    Rebecca has won many awards, including the Women Who Could Be President Award from the League of Women Voters, was named by Time Magazine as one of the most influential leaders of her generation, and continues to teach her masterclass, The Art of Memoir, at gorgeous and inspiring places around the world.

    Resources:

    www.rebeccawalker.com

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 73: Elevating Solutions and Impacts in the Black Community (Let’s End Domestic Violence Podcast)

    Episode 73: Elevating Solutions and Impacts in the Black Community (Let’s End Domestic Violence Podcast)

    On this episode, Trina is an invited guest on a special live episode of the Let's End Domestic Violence podcast to discuss the impacts of domestic violence in the Black community and the policies needed to prevent it. Also participating in the conversation are Kelli Dillon (City of Oakland, Office of Violence Prevention), Eric Morrison-Smith (Alliance for Boys and Men of Color), and Karen Earl (Jenesse Center) and host Bonnie Boswell.



    Resources:

    www.letsenddv.org/podcast/episode-04

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Miztmae ,

Host shares deep and real relevant conversation

You bring the heat of information sis. Loved listening to you. First time visitor here. I will be back. Just listened to E64 i think it was with a Doc Harris. I mean I got some nuggets. But…. Sounded like maybe the questions were unexpected for him. A little long winded stumbly answers. But i know practice makes progress. I want him to succeed. Love his passion. Keep up the oh so relevant conversations.

Successnmind ,

Enjoyable and full of necessary information

This podcast is one of my faves. Thankful for the host and all of the great info shared.

SingleMomsine2011 ,

Thank you!!

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