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UCLA Parent Empowerment Project


Bringing families and educators together through culturally responsive learning to reimagine and rebuild the village in communities and schools.


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Paul Gorski | Equity Literacy Institute(@EquityLiteracy) 's Twitter Profile Photo

My latest article arguing for 3 transformative commitments for trauma-informed ed: (1) attend first to what traumatizes students AT SCHOOl, (2) attend to the traumatic impacts of systemic oppression (in part by fighting it), and (3) demolish hyper-punitive school cultures.

Child Trends(@ChildTrends) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Organizations must build trusting relationships based on cultural sensitivity to reach & effectively serve Hispanic families during the pandemic. When families trust an organization, they may be more willing to work with that organization. buff.ly/3mQEqxu via Hispanic Research Center

Take Two(@taketwo) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Reminder: Kids are having feelings too. LAist Mariana Dale (she/her) Thea Monyee Dr. Tunette Powell Amber Coleman-Mortley // Even Young Children Notice What's Happening In The World Right Now. Here's What You Can Do To Help Them Understand laist.com/2020/06/02/how… via @laist.com

UCLACEP(@UCLACEP) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Check out-A Love Letter to Black Parents.
This heartfelt article was written by Dr.s Orange & Powell UCLA Center X 'But we can’t be contained; our ancestors have been doing this for too long.' UCLA Parent Empowerment Project

Elena Aguilar(@brightmorningtm) 's Twitter Profile Photo

'Community can be built every day, in every interaction with another person, when you listen, bridge differences, and embrace healthy conflict. Know what kind of community you want to be a part of and to create, and then move to build it.' (Onward, p. 122)

ZERO TO THREE(@ZEROTOTHREE) 's Twitter Profile Photo

How can we help our children feel safe and secure when we’re struggling ourselves? ZERO TO THREE Parenting Expert, Rebecca Parlakian, offers a few suggestions: to.pbs.org/33Ddk4c via PBS KIDS