PBS Utah included MRM, beside Teaching Tolerance, as a resource in their “Tips & Tools” section of their Let’s Talk online series. Let’s Talk is a series hosted by Karen Tao where she explores how to talk to kids about race, racism, and cultural differences with parents. Watch the series.
January 30, 2020
MRM Founder, Chemay, talks with Candice L. Dormon about unschooling and why she started a co-operative in Waterbury, CT.
2019 Issue #4
Check out Chemay’s 3 page interview in Hold the Line, a social justice parenting magazine. In this 4th issue, Chemay shares how she started MRM and provides a social justice how-to for parents interested in community organizing. Hold the Line magazines cover racism and cultural bias, feminism, LGBTQ family life, and much more! Learn more.
March 18, 2019
Dr. Jesse Turner announces the upcoming Literacy Essentials Conference on April 6th at Central Connecticut State University featuring local culturally relevant authors, Chemay Morales-James and Genese Clark.
March 1, 2019
My sister speaking at the Capital yesterday during a hearing for an education bill. So proud! Yes, yes, yes to everything she says. There is a crisis and more people need to acknowledge it and help work to end the unfair treatment of black and brown students in our education system! We homeschool bc we have to if we want our children to feel seen and heard. To keep their spirits alive! Chemay Morales-James Shane James Wilson Rosado II Bita Morales-Davis Tamsyn Ambler Deltra Kroemer April Swiger Trudi Lebrón Luci Elena Lebron Kim Napaul Lee Anne Thompson-Blake Rachael D'Agostino#MyReflectionMatters
Posted by Tnt Rosado on Saturday, March 2, 2019
In addition to working with educators and advocating for equitable and liberatory practices, Chemay is also a leader in the unschooling/homeschooling community in her state. On March 1st, she and other moms from her group, My Reflection Matters in CT Home Education, showed up at Connecticut’s capitol to speak up against homeschooling regulations that she and other homeschoolers of color believe have the potential of disporoportionately impacting their families over their white counterparts.
December 17, 2018
Guest Chemay Morales-James shares educator behaviors that promote a culturally responsive classroom.
December 13, 2018
This playlist of stories is part of StoryScape: A mixed media exhibit of stories exploring the landscape of education, justice and community across Connecticut. Commissioned by The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund in celebration of 25 years of work. Listen to Chemay’s story (#38) featured in this audio exhibit.
October 16-18, 2018
August 31, 2018
April 14, 2018
January 28, 2018
May 3, 2017
Get to know more about me and my MRM journey by listening to my interview with the fabulous author, life coach, and unschooling guru Akilah S. Richards. I had a blast talking with Akilah and look forward to coming back on her show in the future! I’ve shared Akilah’s work in the past, but in case you’ve missed it, check out her website and subscribe to her really informative podcasts that explore ways parents and caregivers can engage in the healthy liberation of their Black and Brown children.
August 5, 2016
Check out my interview in A Striving Parent, to learn more about me and why I started MRM. The author, Shannon Gaggero, is a mommy blogger who writes about social justice and activism and openly shares her journey striving to be a conscious parent.