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  • Writer's pictureRae Sabine

Parenting at the Intersections

In this unique blend of storytelling and self-reflection, these authors who are also therapists, explore the experience of parenting neurodivergent children of colour within the complex web of interconnected systems of oppression, such as settler colonialism, White supremacy, ableism, and capitalism.

These intersections often lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness. Drawing on the perspectives of parents who are on the front lines and insights from experts, Parenting at the Intersections encourages parents to take a step back and contemplate their own parenting journeys.

When parents are given a space to listen to their own voices, forge connections with their children, and build a sense of community with others, they can discover powerful ways to challenge and disrupt systems of oppression. What if parenting were an act of social justice?

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