Parent Anti-Racism Committee (PARC)
Roosevelt's Parent Anti-Racism Committee (PARC) is a group of caregivers and staff who are working to support families to have anti-racism conversations at home and to share what staff and students are participating in related to anti-racism and inclusion at school. This is also a place to discuss and address cases of bias and racist oversight within our community as well as share resources.
Asian Americans across the US have faced a surge in discrimination and hate crimes during the pandemic. The BBC's Larry Madowo spoke with victims, organisers and experts in New York and San Francisco to find out what can be done.
Parenting in Support of Black Lives: How to Build a Just Future for Kids
In 2020, exploring the harsh complexities of racism and systemic injustice is still a painful task for most adults, but how do our children process these concepts? How should we have these difficult conversations with our children, and how can we make sure that they feel empowered to change society as they grow?
How Can We Win
On Saturday May 30th filmmaker and photographer David Jones of David Jones Media felt compelled to go out and serve the community in some way. He decided to use his art to try and explain the events that were currently impacting our lives. On day two, Sunday the 31st, he activated his dear friend author Kimberly Jones to tag along and conduct interviews. During a moment of downtime he captured these powerful words from her and felt the world couldn’t wait for the full length documentary, they needed to hear them now.
Brené Brown: The Anatomy of Trust
An overview of the seven elements of trust: Boundaries, Reliability, Accountability, Vault, Integrity, and Generosity. The acronym BRAVING serves as a helpful checklist when rumbling with trust issues with the people in our lives. Breaking down the attributes of trust into specific behaviors allows us to more clearly identify and address breaches of trust. I love the BRAVING checklist because it reminds me that trusting myself or other people is a vulnerable and courageous process.