Date

Jul 07 2022
Expired!

Caregiver Conversations: Working as a Family Towards Justice— A Book Discussion with Author, Britt Hawthorne and Advocate, Christine Platt

Designed for: Parents, Caregivers, Early Childhood Educators

 

Registration:  Registration is free and required.

 Join us for a thoughtful virtual conversation on working towards justice as a family. Nationally recognized educator and advocate Britt Hawthorne will discuss her debut New York Times Bestselling book, Raising Antiracist Children: A Practical Parenting Guide with social justice advocate and author, Christine Platt.

In her newly released book, Britt teaches caregivers about raising children in informed, actionable, and accountable ways. Through stories, activities, tools, and questionnaires, the guide showcases the power we each have to become upstanders to bias, make change, and work towards justice.

 

Together Britt and Christine will discuss the book’s central themes as well as the historic foundations of race and practical ways you can support your family’s anti-racism journey. The discussion will be followed by a short Q&A. Registered attendees will be entered to win one of 25 book bundles!

 

 

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