About Parents of Black Children
Parents of Black Children (PoBC) is an advocacy group formed to support and advocate on behalf of Black students and their parents.
We are working to address and dismantle anti-Black racism and systemic barriers within the education and adjacent systems. Our goal is to ensure that our Black children are able to access an equitable and peaceful education.
PoBC is also a safe and supportive place for parents and Black students to share their experiences and issues within the school system as well as develop strategies and recommendations to improve the experience of Black students within schools.
March for Black Students 2021
We all need to show up and do our part for Black students who are simply asking for equity in education and a peaceful educational experience.
Join us on Saturday, August 7 in our second March for Black Students and show your support.
Help for Parents
Whether you are experiencing racism and discrimination in schools or the child welfare system, our expert Systems Navigators are here to support you every step of the way.
Reach out through our confidential form to get the guidance you need.
We have built a variety of resources for teachers of all grades who are committed to creating classrooms that support Black students.
Learn how to support your students and integrate Black stories, histories, and experiences into the classroom.
Thank you for the work you do.