Trina Greene Brown is the creator of Parenting for Liberation, a virtual platform launched in 2016 featuring blogs and podcasts that aim to connect, inspire, and uplift black parents. An activist and mother of two, she is also a member of the Resonance Network and the Move to End Violence. With an ethos rooted in community and collaboration, she cultivates cross-organizational partnerships aimed at building an inclusive gender and racial justice movement. She was recently named the 2017 Black Feminist Rising by Black Women's Blueprint and anInspirational Parent in 2018 by CADRE. Brown has contributed to On Parenting for the Washington Post, as well as two anthologies on the intersection of motherhood and activism.
Trina Greene Brown has created a guide for Black parents who want to raise fierce, fearless, joyful children. She knows what a challenge this is given the state of the world but argues that liberated parenting is possible if we commit to knowing and trusting ourselves, our children, and our communities. Anyone curious about how to walk with a child through tumultuous times needs to read this book now. --Dani McClain, author of We Live for the We: The Political Power of Black Motherhood
Trina Greene Brown's Parenting for Liberation allows all of us to raise Black children to be their most liberated selves, and ultimately helps us be more free too." --Mia Birdsong, author of How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friendship, and Community
As a 'woke' Black mom, I've been on a never-ending quest to find a book that would enable me to shift my parenting lens from one based on trauma to one of freedom and joy. Trina Greene-Brown has written that book! --A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez, writer for On Parenting, Washington Post