let’s be clear

We have a bullhorn to preach to the choir and the ability to appear to take folks to task. 

But have we gained any skills for having hard conversations in real life? Is this how we would interact in real life with the people we come in contact with? Do we know how to constructively respond when someone tells us that our approach is problematic? 

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Walking your talk

If you’re like me, in the process of homeschooling while woke, you’re listening to podcasts about decolonizing parenting, reading magazines like Yes!. As adults we can take the scenic route, but what about when you’re raising people who in less than 10 years will be in adulthood? How do we both equip kids for our

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let’s tell the truth

If you’ve been around the Woke Homeschooling community this past year, you’ve probably heard “let’s tell the truth and see what happens” before. It’s my way of saying, “what we’ve been doing is not working! So, let’s try something else.”  For generations, the textbooks in schools have minimized the damage done to millions of people

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setting the tone

TRANSCRIPT Delina 0:02 Hi, everybody, this is Delina, Woke Homeschooling, and I’m here with Summer, who is our moderator for the Facebook group that has more than 13,000 members.. I don’t know, Facebook fudges, the numbers, but we’re just gonna go with that. She, so graciously moderates the group. And let me tell y’all this: Summer,

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It’s about TIME

Back in the summer of 1997, I was a 20-year old college student in New York City, by myself, working as an editorial intern at TIME magazine. Twenty-five years later, I received an email from a TIME reporter wanting to talk about Woke Homeschooling curriculum. Anytime a reporter from a national publication calls, it’s special.

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