INTERNATIONAL CHAPTERS

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MAR INTERNATIONAL

Are you a Mom Against Racism who desires to host a MAR BRANCH in your Country, State or Province?

Join us in Eradicating Racism World-wide!

MAR CANADA

ANTI-RACISM AT HOME

Moms Against Racism Canada is inclusive to all “mother individuals” whether by birthing, biological, adoption, foster, surrogate, non-binary, two-spirited, LGBTQI+, godmothers, grandmothers, aunts, primary caregivers, educators, and all others who feel the term “mothering” describes their roles.

 

With compassion and bravery, we are committed to identifying and dismantling racism as we encounter it.

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MAR UNITED STATES

THE YEAR OF ALLYSHIP

Moms Against Racism USA is operated on the East & West Coasts of America. Our mission is to unify our parenting skills while teaching anti-racism by doing the work, starting at home. We are a pillar within our respective communities and serve our education systems, workplaces and youth by advocating for anti-racist practices emphasizing diversity & inclusion.

STATE CHAPTERS 

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OUR ARTICLES

 

RACIAL EQUITY TOOLS

RACIAL EQUITY TOOLS 

Words and their multiple uses reflect the tremendous diversity that characterizes our society. Indeed, universally agreed upon language on issues relating to racism is nonexistent.

BLACK & LATINX

STUDIES

OFFERED TO CALL CT, HIGHSCHOOLS

The state’s Board of Education wants students “to know and understand the scope of African American, Black, Latino, and Puerto Rican contributions to United States history, society, economy and culture.”

EQUITY IN ACTION PROJECT

BRITISH COLUMBIA

The ‘Equity in Action Project’ represents some of the current directions our School District partners and us are taking to address systemic barriers impacting Indigenous student achievement.

RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ACT

UNITED NATIONS

On December 3, 2020, the government of Canada (Canada) tabled Bill C-15, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (Bill C-15). If passed, the bill would affirm the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.