How to Raise an Anti-racist Child Workshop

With compassion and bravery, Moms Against Racism invites parents to identify and dismantle racism around them, root out racist biases within them, and actively commit to learning how to raise anti-racist children.

This workshop is facilitated by Kerry Cavers, founder of Moms Against Racism. It’s online via Zoom so it’s easy to attend!

When: Tuesday, January 18
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm

This online workshop is free of charge to parents/guardians of SJD students, funded by the SJD PAC

We are holding this jointly with Margaret Jenkins School, so the registration page says “EMJS”. Go ahead and register on this page!

Workshop Outline

Kerry meets participants where they are in their anti-racism journey, and leads them through a thought-provoking session:

► What is Moms Against Racism?
► Housekeeping, Ground Rules
► Kerry’s personal story and why she does this work
► Definitions of relevant fundamental concepts
► How to Raise an Anti-Racist Child
► Anti-Racist Parenting
► Shift Your Thinking
► SEEK to be the Change
► Questions & Answers
Questions can be submitted ahead of time via email or can be posed via chat (anonymously if desired) or live during the session.

A worksheet is provided so participants can actively follow along, take notes, capture insights, and document commitments throughout the session. Additional resources are also provided following the workshop

Kerry Cavers (she/her) is a seasoned Community Builder and the Founder of Moms Against Racism (Canada). Kerry is a mixed race, polynational descent, cis-gender woman who
identifies as Black.

She is a mother to 3 young children under the age of 8; two of whom are white presenting and one who is Black presenting.

Born on the traditional territories of the Lekwungen peoples, now known as Victoria, BC, Kerry grew up with her white mother, in a predominantly white area, disconnected from her Black and Cherokee heritages.

She created MAR Canada to bring Moms and those in mothering roles together in a mutual aid movement to fight systemic racism together.