[Blackstudies-l] Race/Related: Why These Parents Are Home-schooling Their Children

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Sat Aug 22 09:03:12 EDT 2020


The school search process can be a grueling journey for a parent,
particularly parents of color.
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August 22, 2020
>From left: Luciano Carew, Lalibela ‘Lion’ Sekou, Lamont Seidel, Ali
Shareef, Jabril Shareef and Ishmael Shareef play together.Philip Keith for
The New York Times
A co-op for Black and multiracial families ‘de-schools’ children

By Dani McClain

When her son was 4, Ashley Herring stopped sending him to the Montessori
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program near their home in Cambridge, Mass. The academics at the school
weren’t an issue, but Ms. Herring worried that her son, Lamont Herring
Seidel, wasn’t learning enough about himself.

“The teachers looked at you with glassy eyes when you said, ‘What’s the
anti-racism work? How are you talking about queerness and ableism?’ It was
all masked in love and kindness,” Ms. Herring said. “That’s not helping
Lamont be safe in the world.”

Ms. Herring, 43, is a teacher, with two decades of experience in elementary
and middle school classrooms. Around that same time, she was questioning
her own role as an educator. In the Boston charter school where she worked,
the culture prioritized conformity and obedience, she said. “Straight
lines, silent hallways, detentions for breathing,” she said, describing the
place.

Last summer, Ms. Herring and Rhea Gibson, a former elementary-school music
teacher who has three Black sons, began planning their own home-school
co-op, which they called Blackyard Learning Community. Ms. Herring left her
job and now works full-time as a co-facilitator of learning alongside
Gibson. They don’t use the word “teacher” and eschew hierarchies typically
found in schools. The co-op includes six boys from four Black and
multiracial families. One child is 11 and the others are between the ages
of 5 and 8; Lamont is the youngest.
Ashley Herring of the Blackyard Learning Community.Philip Keith for The New
York Times

Ms. Herring uses “deschooling” to describe the co-op’s philosophy. They are
rethinking what and how young people learn, and the pace at which they do
it. “We wanted to make it clear that we were on a different path, and we
were getting away from ‘math hour,’” she said. Instead, Ms. Herring and Ms.
Gibson emphasized the math skills needed to build a complex structure with
Legos or make a purchase at the neighborhood store.

Before the stay-at-home orders, the group took weekly field trips on
“Worldly Wednesdays.” They spent two days a week in Ms. Herring’s home,
which she shares with her partner, and two days at a nearby church that
offered space for free. On Fridays, they did chores, such as washing the
linens they had used that week. They also spent the day preparing a meal
and eating it together. “Things they should know for life,” Ms. Herring
said.
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the full article on ‘de-schools’ here.]
A Brooklyn collective teaches pro-Black and African-based lessons

By Carla Bruce-Eddings

The school search process can be one of the most grueling and confusing
journeys for a parent, particularly parents of color. The ghosts of
redlining and segregation, as well as biased and incomplete curriculum
models, present real problems for parents who would like to rest assured
that their children are being offered a complete and culturally responsive
education.

A broad swath of factors — district zoning, family income, accessibility,
commute times, to name just a few — can shut students out of an institution
where they might otherwise thrive.

Six years ago, Kendall Albert, 38, a father of six in West Orange, N.J.,
decided to take matters into his own hands.

Originally from St. Lucia, Mr. Albert grew up in an Afro-centric, majority
Black educational system, which made his move to the United States in 2001
and enrollment in a master’s program in education at New York University
much more difficult than he had anticipated. He said that assimilating to a
society he found to be rife with racism and issues of identity constituted
culture shock, particularly as a father and high school science teacher to
mostly Black public school students. Mr. Albert said he found the
educational system in New York “demeaning.”
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“After being in the school system, watching the young Black men, inspiring
them, talking to them, seeing their issues,” Mr. Albert said he decided to
create his own curriculum.

He founded the Light and Peace Learning Center, a home-school collective in
Brooklyn in 2013.

Mr. Albert said he was not satisfied with the curriculum and the
disciplinary model at the public school that his then 5-year-old son
attended, so he pulled him out. It was crucial to Mr. Albert that his son
be exposed to the kind of positive, pro-Black and African-based curriculum
that he had grown up with as a child.

Before the pandemic, Light and Peace, run cooperatively with about 15 other
families at its height, offered the kind of teaching he felt was sorely
missing from neighborhood schools.
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“I would plan classes and teach them from an African perspective,” Mr.
Albert said. The collective offered languages such as Amharic, the official
language of Ethiopia, and Kemetic yoga, from ancient Egypt. The collective,
he said, “focused more on the ideology of kinship and origin from creation
from Africa, and knowing history from there.”

Before making the transition to remote learning because of the pandemic,
Light and Peace ran its collective out of a building in the
Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, where the students would
gather every day for instruction that Mr. Albert had planned.

Mr. Albert, some parents of the students and members of the community
taught the lessons and shared their knowledge or special skills, such as
African dance and creative writing. He also offered after-school homework
help for children in the community who attended other schools nearby.

Along with activities like martial arts and chess, Light and Peace also ran
a daily “eco-adventures” summer camp in which Mr. Albert would take
students and parents on botanical tours of the city, where students would
learn to identify different plant species.
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the full article on this Brooklyn collective.]

Our colleagues in The New York Times’ Parenting section
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explored the idea of home-schooling by talking to nine families across the
United States and Canada. Read the entire package
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Suffrage at 100: A visual history
The refrain “lifting as we climb,” famously used by the Black suffragist
Mary Church Terrell, became the motto of organizations such as the Arizona
Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs, pictured circa 1909.Los Angeles Public
Library

The fight for the vote was the fight for democracy. No history can sum it
all up. But these pictures
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help bring into focus how the largest enfranchisement in American history
came to pass, and the generations of women who made it happen, writes
Jennifer Harlan.

She, along with New York Times journalists, Veronica Chambers, Jennifer
Schuessler, Amisha Padnani, Sandra E. Garcia and Vivian Wang, wrote “Finish
the Fight,”
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a book about the American suffrage movement for middle-grade readers.

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