Homeschoolers of Color is a group based in the piedmont of North Carolina, dedicated to supporting homeschoolers of color and their families! We recognize that homeschoolers of African, Asian, Latino, and Native American heritage's have a very real need to connect with one another. Our children need a homeschool group with peers and role models who can guide them in many ways including growing in their racial and cultural identities. We hope to provide many occasions for folks to meet, gather, play, explore, learn together, and form bonds of friendship and mutual support! We gather weekly on Wednesdays. The time and activity vary from week to week and is posted on our yahoo group. We have active members in the following counties: our group has members which currently represent homeschoolers of African, Asian, Latino and Native American heritages. Our activities most often take place in the Triangle Area (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) but we do travel to all the counties of our membership at some point during the year. As new people join us, our meeting locations for our various activities will reflect the locations of the participants. Inter-racial families are welcome! If you are not homeschooling, but are considering homeschooling or just want to learn more about it, we can tell you about our experiences and put you in touch with other homeschooling resources. Please get in touch with us! Please spread the word about our group! Group Contacts: Angela Davis Kincy or Louise Omoto Kessel
Welcome to Black/Brown Self-Directed Learning of the Carolinas/Unschool - This is a Meetup! Group - two moms looking for a community of like-minded people of color who are looking to create a safe space for children to explore the world around them. Meetups can happen regularly all over the city!
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This group is for African American homeschoolers of children ages 2-18, who would like to meet other like minded homeschooling families. We will have weekly meetups grouped by age and monthly meet and greets for everyone. The purpose of the group is to provide socialization and networking for families. Suggestions for meetup ideas is encouraged.
Member-supported homeschooling organization that has a vision to transform education and families through homeschooling. Formed in 2000, They encourage and assist African Americans in their homeschooling efforts.