Maternity Leave

by Allison Briscoe-Smith


Hi there, thanks for checking out this site.  I am currently on maternity leave and will be returning in the new year.  I won't be available for consultations or talks till late winter/early spring.  Also I apologize for not being able to respond to requests quickly. Thanks and hope you find the resources helpful!

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Two public events in May

by Allison Briscoe-Smith


Hi there, I will be giving two open to the public events this coming May! Please share the information far and wide!  

These events are a fundraiser for Help a Mother Out (they provide diapers for children and families in need). Suggested donation $15-$25 per person.

Saturday, May 6th 10 AM – 11:30 AM  

First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley

Thursday, May 25th 7 PM – 8:30 PM

Children’s Creativity Museum, San Francisco

Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/parenting-in-uncertain-times-talking-to-your-kids-about-race-east-bay-tickets-33172865935?aff=erelpanelorg

 


bending the arc towards justice

by Allison Briscoe-Smith


I have been fortunate in the past few years to get to share this material with schools, hospitals and non-profits.  I am happy to see how the conversations about race are increasing-and I am positive that we will be able to come together to create a more just and equitable society for all.  While I haven't been blogging- I have been out speaking. Many of the school events and other events I do aren't necessarily available to the public- but I have a few events coming this spring that will be open to everybody and they will be posted here.  I've also made some quick updates to the cite to add more of my articles, another video of a talk of mine and downloadable slides from my presentations.  I've also added more resources for teachers. If you have resources to share please send them my way- we are in community with each other and the more we work together the better.  Thanks for visiting and looking forward to continued work!


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/school-segregation-are-there-solutions-tickets-16208966455

by Allison Briscoe-Smith


I'm looking forward to having an opportunity to learn and grow from this panels conversation about the re segregation of our schools.  If contact with each other is the main way of reducing bias we are in trouble.  We are getting further and further apart, and are beginning our children's experiences based on separation.  If we don't start here, when we will start?