Presented by the African American Museum in Philadelphia and beloved husband and wife duo Kindred The Family Soul, PARENTING WHILE BLACK is an interactive discussion focusing on the myriad of issues facing parents raising children of color in today's social climate. Beyond the obvious challenges presented by race, PARENTING WHILE BLACK will explore the intersection of economics, politics, education, health, wellness, and more as they relate to raising children of color. We have selected our partners, panelists, and event supporters based on their respective experiences, expertise, and excellence in service.
PARENTING WHILE BLACK panelists include:
Marc Lamont Hill
Journalist, Author, Activist, CNN Contributor
Janice Johnson Dias
President of Grassroots Community Foundation, Co-founder of #1000blackgirlbooks movement
Founder of Uniquely You Summit
Kameelah Mu'min Rashad
Muslim chaplain at University of Pennsylvania, Activist, Co-founder of Muslims Make It Plain
Youth Advocate, Founder of Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement, Motivational Speaker
Activist, Youth Advocate and Mentor
Mister Mann Frisby (Moderator & Panelist)
Author, Journalist, Blogger
It is our goal to curate a discussion that not only highlights issues, but offers insight, solutions, encouragement, resources, and support for parents and their children. We hope that you will join us!!!
Fore more information about the African American Museum in Philadelphia, please visit: www.aampmuseum.org.