In this workshop and discussion we’ll be talking about what protest and activism feels like as a family. Whether it’s an online campaign like Marley Dias’s appeal #1000blackgirlbooks or at a march or protest, activism gives us the opportunity to discuss world events and injustice with our children and helps to shape them into involved, concerned, civic-minded citizens.
With a little preparation, there is no reason why children can’t join adults in having their voices heard. This session will be facilitated by Aliyah Hasinah.
This family event is for parents / guardians. Children and babies are welcome.
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We are also exploring the possibility of opening a ”Children’s Hub’ in Birmingham, a multifaceted community space focused on celebrating, supporting and championing childhood. Join in the conversation at #BrumChildrensHub | #RadicalChildcare | www.brumchildrenshub.org
With funding from Paul Hamlyn Foundation and supported by Impact Hub Birmingham. Amy Martin (FAMALAM) and Paige Jackson (Impact Hub Birmingham) have curated a series of alternative family events and workshops based on themes of child-friendly activism and creativity with children, young people and families in Birmingham.
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