Newsletter editor Lily here.
Over the past week or so, there’ve been a lot of important conversations happening around what it means to be an ally to the Black community as well as to communities of color and marginalized communities at large.
On the Chairman Mom side of things, in addition to checking out our upcoming virtual events on anti-racism parenting (June 17th), becoming a better ally (June 19th), and taking part in economic allyship for Black women (June 30th), you can also take a look at several thought-provoking Chairman Mom threads on allyship below and weigh in. And on top of that, Sarah is building a group of allies to work through Layla Saad’s Me and White Supremacy workbook for those interested in doing so.
Let’s keep going.
A roundup of Chairman Mom threads addressing allyship:
- How to coach (likely) well meaning ally?
- What are some red flags that tell you an “ally” isn’t really an ally?
- Intersectional feminism and allyship “after Amy.”
- Why do we keep splitting race and gender?
- How do you deal with in-laws who teach your children things you don’t believe in?