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Our Chapters

No matter your location, Parents of Black Children is here to support and advocate on your behalf.

We believe that in order to create a better education system for Black students, we need the support of Black parents, teachers, allies, and committed community members.

We are pleased to offer official PoBC Chapters in Maryland, South Carolina, and Philadelphia.

Interested in starting a chapter?

Looking to start a Chapter of PoBC in your community? Here’s what you need to know to get started.

Chapter Leadership

Any group of 3 or more individuals can apply to start a PoBC Chapter.  Those who are Black with a shared historic connection to the Trans-Atlantic slave trade will hold leadership positions within PoBC. Allies are critical to the work we do and White and racialized parents who are parents of Black children, are welcome, and their input valued.

 

Canada

Parents of Black Children Canada is a National Organization, we operate primarily in Ontario.

  • Individuals from other provinces or territories are welcome to contact us to discuss setting up parent councils or how we can support parent groups.

In Ontario? We support local parent groups to organize regionally.   Contact us to learn more: info@parentsofblackchildren.org 

United States

  • PoBC will have State-by-State chapters.
  • State chapters are required to incorporate within their state.
  • US chapters can also facilitate parent led Black ACTION committees, assigned to each school district.

       

      Outside Canada and the US?

      Interested in starting a chapter in a country outside of the US or Canada?  Contact us!  ino@parentsofblackchildren.org

      Contact Our Chapters

      Maryland, United States

      Ratasha Harley

      Ashley Hillary

      Email:  maryland@parentsofblackchildren.org

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