I am delighted to be hosting this online workshop run by Britt Hawthorne and Tiffany Jewell, both Montessori educators and the best anti-bias/anti-racist educators you can find.

* How can we talk to our youngest children about race?

* Want to find out how you can be anti-racist in your family and get more language around it?

* Curious about the anti-bias education framework and how you can use it at home?

* Finding that you’ve diversified your feed, now what?

Anti-racist parenting acknowledges we live in a racist society and demands us to disrupt the racism we breathe so every child (and family) can reach their fullest potential. This workshop is perfect for parents and caregivers looking to begin the journey in becoming anti-racist parents.

We will learn activities that support each goal in the anti-bias education framework, strengthen our anti-racist language, and feel confident in responding to our children’s questions. This workshop is designed for socially conscious parents and caregivers of children 0-6 years of age.

To register

This was a live online workshop. If you missed it, it’s still possible to purchase the recording here. And it will feel like you were there with us.

Length: 2 hour live workshop including Q&A

Cost: US$29

To register: Click HERE

If you purchase now you will get immediate access. And the recording won’t expire so you have unlimited access. Watch it right now, or at your own pace, and come back to it anytime as your child grows.

Accessibility: Closed captions are available

100% of the proceeds from this course go to Britt and Tiffany's amazing work

About the trainers

Britt Hawthorne (she/her) is a nationally recognised anti-bias/anti-racist teacher-educator. Britt partners with action-orientated educators, helping them to plan their next steps for creating classroom environments that are inclusive and equitable for all learners. Her work seeks to move justice from being an idea to the accepted culture. Britt graduated from Rockford University where she studied Elementary Education and English as a Second Language. She is also certified in Lower and Upper Elementary Montessori from the American Montessori Society. Additionally, Britt sought her anti-racism training from CrossRoads Organizing and Training Center and continues her practice with Embracing Equity and Overcoming Racism. Britt is also the co-creator of the Instagram #antiracistbookclub. Website: britthawthorne.com

Tiffany Jewell (she/her) is a Black biracial writer, twin, first-generation American, cisgender woman, an antiracist educator and consultant, and a mama. She spends her time drinking tea, baking bread, donuts, and macarons, building LEGOS, watching British detective shows, and dreaming up how she can dismantle white supremacy. Tiffany currently resides on the traditional unceded land of the Pocumtuc and the Nipmuck with her two young activists, her partner, and a turtle she’s had since she was nine years old. Her favourite books are the Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley and Caucasia by Danzy Senna. She is in her 15th year as a Montessori educator and nearing two decades of work in schools with young folks, families, and educators. She wrote her first (and definitely not her last) book, This Book Is Anti-Racist, which was published in January 2020. Follow her on social media @tiffanymjewell.

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Workshop contents

  Anti-bias parenting
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“I have attended the anti-bias at home webinar twice now and consider it essential viewing for everyone – it’s something you can work on, reflect on and then return to.” – Emily Lockwood, Parent of 1 and 4 yr olds

“I am so grateful to have found Tiffany Jewell and Britt Hawthorne. They have become two of my go-to sources for me to define terminology and think about how to bring anti-bias anti-racist action into my home and my children’s school.” – Sarah Platt (she/her), Parent of 8 and 6 yr olds

About Tiffany’s book, This book is antiracist: “In this book, the author and illustrator do something incredible; take an incredibly complex topic to navigate and break it down in a way that allows all who read it to push themselves further on an anti-racist journey.” – P. Ripp