podcastSeason 2

My Reflection Matters

By May 3, 2017 February 5th, 2019 No Comments
Here’s the story about how a Nuyorican woman who worked at New York University as a social justice coach for educators is now living a life that evolved from a great career nestled inside academia into now unschooling her two Afro-Latinx sons, Judah and Keanu, along with her Trinidadian husband, Shane. Unschooling, as you’ve heard me say since the very first episode of Fare of the Free Child, is a tool for liberation. And of course, liberation don’t fit in no box, so for Chemay, liberation isn’t just for her family, it’s a path she wants paved clear for all Black and Brown folks to have the resources to liberate themselves too. So, to do that work, Chemay is in the heat and heart of building an community-centered organization, a space called My Reflection Matters, that provides tools to support and nurture healthy racial and cultural identities of Black and Brown children and older youth.


Visit My Reflections Matters online

Connect with MRM on Facebook


Join the MRM in Connecticut Home Education Facebook Group

Learn more about Nafeza Kingston

Claude Steele’s book, Whistling Vivaldi

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