“A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” playing in the background, family laughing and joking, the smell of mac & cheese, honey-glazed ham, oven roasted chicken, and cheesy lasagna filling your nose with its beautiful aromas and the atmosphere filled with holiday spirit. Now imagine experiencing this every night.
Seen and Not Heard | Why Organizations like The Dinner Table are important for Black and Brown Girls
As a young child growing up in a Jamaican-American household, the phrase “a child must be seen not heard” has been reiterated to me by my parents and adults in my family.
Have you ever felt like your life is on repeat? Wake up, sign into zoom, do assignments, study, and go to bed.
On Monday, August 3rd The Dinner Table Doc hosted the "Miseducation of Brown Girls Town Hall" as a culminating event for the Miseducation of Brown Girls Summer Leadership Academy.
Please enjoy the Poems written by our Ruby Bridges Cohort.
This excerpt belongs to a longer piece written by Tovia Tisby. To protect her work (which has been copy-written) with permission from Tovia we are sharing this final piece with a watermark for additional protection. Please enjoy what she has shared with us thus far:
Colorism is not your regular Dinner Table conversation. But maybe it should be.