MRM Art Gallery

JOIN US for light refreshments as we come together to celebrate the beautiful creations of our homeschooling students who participated in our 6 week My Reflection Matters in Art Series!  Our showcase will include a combination of 50+ paintings and spoon carvings created by children ages 4-18.  Come see the different Black & Brown artists our children learned about and hear from them how they transformed a piece of split wood into a spoon! Continue reading “MRM Art Gallery”

Dream In STEAM: A Science Box Made by a Homeschooling Science Teacher

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Black Power Book List: Fictional & Real Black Super Heroes

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9 African-Centered Curricula and Online Courses You Needed Yesterday!

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Jupitor Storm Showers Us With #BlackGirlGenius

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MRM & CREAD Publish their First Children’s Book, The ABCs of the Black Panther Party

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Is Hats of Faith Pushing Us to Teach Children Tolerance or Honorance?

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Rice and Rocks Affirms Afro-Diasporic Traditions

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MRM on the Tom Ficklin Show

Tune in Monday, September 25th!

Be sure to check out the Tom Ficklin Radio Show out of New Haven, CT to learn more about me, why I started My Reflection Matters, and what I’m up to these days as an unschooling-edupreneur mama living in little ol’ CT!
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Addressing Police Brutality With Youth: A Book Review on Momma, Did You Hear the News?

Ok, so where do I begin with the shortest, yet heaviest book I’ve ever read? Let’s begin with a brief synopsis.  Momma, Did You Hear the News is a children’s book about a ten year old boy, Avery, who has become frantic after hearing and watching stories on the news about the murders of unarmed Black men by police. Continue reading “Addressing Police Brutality With Youth: A Book Review on Momma, Did You Hear the News?”