Join the Greene Street Friends Community for this special evening with authors Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul and Britt Hawthorne, as we talk about what it means to raise antiracist children, together in community.
As parents/caregivers, teachers, and all of us who work in schools and make up our neighborhoods, we play important roles in supporting our children's growth and raising their social consciousness in the pursuit of justice. It is challenging and necessary work — and work that takes a village!
This author talk will be moderated by Tricia Ebarvia, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Greene Street Friends School.
This special evening will also mark the opening of the Armat Learning Commons! Come early for an Open House from 6 to 7pm as we welcome our friends and community into this new space!