“We don’t teach white kids to talk about race at an early age. They have no clue how to approach it.
“It is devastating to hear a mother say, ‘I have no idea how I am going to feed my baby.’ ”
Movies, TV, and books can be powerful teaching tools when it comes to helping kids understand race, racism, and a history of racial oppression.
"There’s a sense of hope that this is an opportunity to create a future that we want to see.”
This is fundamentally an economic equity and economic development issue.
Anchorpoint fundraiser featured Pittsburgh personalities to help families meet pandemic counseling costs. It was a big success.Posted on: May 12, 2020
“Oftentimes cost is a major barrier to mental health services.”
“Just about all of us are home right now with our families, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t collaborate and make a positive difference together.”
Through Sibyls Shrine, creative black mothers will connect through an online meeting space for digital classes and workshops. They’ll be encouraged to share their skills with the collective.
She sang as a thank you to frontline workers and Pittsburghers who are helping to flatten the COVID-19 curve by staying home.
“Adolescence is not a disease. It’s an amazing time of life that we have to understand so we can make it the best possible,”