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The Brownicity Team offers eye-opening, anti-racism education through customized courses and events. We support learners of all ages by partnering with individuals, churches, schools and companies.

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True Life Exchange
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Middle School Language Arts

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What LIES Between Us.

This course and guide are for those stirred toward racial healing but don’t know where to begin. Historically, conversations about race/ism are treacherous waters to navigate and the ‘colorblind’ approach has robbed us of a framework, context, and language.

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Active Antiracism

Hard Truths Heal

Anthony Bittner   •   January 31, 2023 When I think about the phrase, “racial healing,” I have to admit that my brain instinctively goes to

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Today marks the beginning of Black History Month!! 😃 🎉 🙌🏿🙌🏾
The 2023 Theme for BHM is ‘Black Resistance.’ ✊🏿👊🏽💪🏾
“As societal and political forces escalate to limit access to and exercise of the ballot, eliminate the teaching of Black history, and work to push us back into the 1890s, we can only rely on our capacity to resist. This is a call to everyone, inside and outside the academy, to study the history of Black Americans’ responses to establish safe spaces, where Black life can be sustained, fortified, and respected.” 
— ASALH (Association for the Study of African American Life & History)
“By resisting, African Americans continue to mobilize resources and shape social movements to create a space for Black Americans to thrive. We invite everyone to join us in exploring the histories of Black freedom movements—from slavery and abolition to other ongoing struggles for civil and human rights.” 
— NMAAHC (National Museum of African American History & Culture)
As you consider this year’s theme of Black Resistance, start by checking out the programming, learning materials, and virtual opportunities from these organizations. 👇🏾👇🏽
🔗 https://asalh.org/black-history-themes/
🔗 https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/initiatives/black-history-month-2023
#blackhistorymonth2023 #BHM #resistance #blackresistance #blackjoy #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMatters #BlackHistoryIsAmericanHistory #blackhistory365 #manyhues #OneHumanity

Today marks the beginning of Black History Month!! 😃 🎉 🙌🏿🙌🏾

The 2023 Theme for BHM is ‘Black Resistance.’ ✊🏿👊🏽💪🏾“As societal and political forces escalate to limit access to and exercise of the ballot, eliminate the teaching of Black history, and work to push us back into the 1890s, we can only rely on our capacity to resist. This is a call to everyone, inside and outside the academy, to study the history of Black Americans’ responses to establish safe spaces, where Black life can be sustained, fortified, and respected.”— ASALH (Association for the Study of African American Life & History)“By resisting, African Americans continue to mobilize resources and shape social movements to create a space for Black Americans to thrive. We invite everyone to join us in exploring the histories of Black freedom movements—from slavery and abolition to other ongoing struggles for civil and human rights.”— NMAAHC (National Museum of African American History & Culture)As you consider this year’s theme of Black Resistance, start by checking out the programming, learning materials, and virtual opportunities from these organizations. 👇🏾👇🏽🔗 asalh.org/black-history-themes/🔗 nmaahc.si.edu/explore/initiatives/black-history-month-2023#blackhistorymonth2023 #BHM #resistance #blackresistance #blackjoy #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMatters #BlackHistoryIsAmericanHistory #blackhistory365 #manyhues #OneHumanity ... See MoreSee Less

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