Session 3: Doing the Work Together: Becoming an Anti-Racist Family
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Session 3: Unpacking Antiracist Parenting Competency
Facilitators: Jenjii Hysten and Shelley Kuang. One way to ensure the commitment to dismantling racism and prioritizing raising antiracist children is to start with personal reflection. Being intentional about how you engage kids in conversation around equity and race is vital to their racial identity and can be really hard. In this session, parents/guardians are going to have an opportunity to reflect the antiracist parenting competencies and extract micropractices to incorporate when talking to their kids about race.
Join Fine Arts Museums in this three-part series exploring what it means to become an anti-racist family. Inclusivity is central to our teaching practices as we host families from the Bay Area to engage with objects from across the globe. We offer this series of family art making sessions and discussions to explore the question together: “What does it mean to become an antiracist family?” We are grateful to offer this series in partnership with Be the Change Consulting and Radici Studios.
This three-part series will occur every fourth Saturday from 10–11:30 am PST on Zoom.
- Session 1: Identity Exploration | January 23, 2021 | 10–11:30 am PST
- Session 2: Building Community | February 27, 2021 | 10–11:30 am PST
- Session 3: Unpacking Antiracist Parenting Competency | March 27, 2021 | 10–11:30 am PST
This series is designed to build connection, community and new understandings. We encourage the commitment to all three sessions. The first two are for kids with their adults and the final focuses on adult learning. Basic art materials list will be shared upon registration.