A combination of the words brown and ethnicity.
Brown represents melanin, the brown pigment we all have.
Ethnicity means that which we have in common.
Essentially, we all are hues of brown.
Made from the words brown and ethnicity. Brown represents melanin, the brown pigment we all have. Ethnicity means that which we have in common. Essentially, we all are hues of brown!
Brownicity launched in 2015 with the purpose of making important, scholarly-informed, antiracism education accessible. A former professor of education, founder and President Dr. Lucretia Berry designed curricula and other learning experiences to support beginners of all ages by partnering with individuals, churches, schools, and companies.
Needing to extend access beyond its Charlotte, NC area base, in September 2019, Brownicity launched their Learning Community, an online membership platform offering expert-led courses, workshops, and talks. To date (2020), the online platform has hosted over 10k enrollments.
Hope-holders for humanity, the Brownicity team remains dedicated to offering eye-opening education for those eager to learn.
Lucretia Carter Berry, PhD
Brownicity’s President & Learning Community Director, Lucretia Carter Berry, PhD is an antiracism curriculum specialist, course designer and author of What LIES Between Us - Fostering First Steps Toward Racial Healing, a TEDx speaker, and a writer for in(courage).me. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Iowa State University and her BA from South Carolina State University.
Nathan Berry serves as a Regional Director of Sales at Passport, Inc. He is a communicator and helps facilitate Brownicity’s events. He received his B.A. from Iowa State University’s School of Business and his M.Div from Wake Forest University.
“If we don’t keep them in the dark, our children will light up the world.”
In her 2017 TEDx (Charlotte), Lucretia encourages us to support our children in learning and talking about race.
What lies between us.
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We offer eye-opening antiracism education through courses & events.
by Sara Chinakwe • September 12, 2023 In elementary school, the only thing I learned about Black history was condensed into a chapter of
Lucretia Carter Berry, PhD • June, 2023 Do you find it challenging to discuss the important topic of race/ism with kids? Do you wish there was