Ep 13 Homeschooling as Activism w/ Marlha Sanchez
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When you think about activism, is homeschooling something that comes to mind?
Listen in on Danellia's conversation with Marlha Sanchez, mother, community organizer, and founder of Unidos Homeschool Cooperative, in Santa Ana, CA. In this episode, Marlha shares how Unidos has grown from a couple of families in Santa Ana into a worldwide community of folks who are doing their part to change the world by teaching their children the real history of the US and to break down barriers caused by all the oppressive  -isms in the world. 
Danellia and Marlha also talk about:
-Bringing into awareness a shift of consciousness in their families and communities around education. 
-The importance of finding a community as a home/un/deschooler and how a community can even be online or virtual. 
-How the homeschooling community they are part of gives them and their children a glimpse at what a sustainable and safe educational space can look and feel like and how you can too. 
Connect with Marlha!
Online at www.unidoshomeschoolcooperative.com
On Instagram @unidoshomeschoolcooperative
Donate to Unidos Homeschool Cooperative
Resources: 
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