Barbara A. Sherrod is a restorative practices Program director, avid reader, writer and mother of two. Through story-telling circles and transformative coaching, Barbara educates school communities on the use of restorative practices for interpersonal and intrapersonal relationship building; addressing race and gender based-harms perpetuated in school communities. Her website, MillennialMochaMoms provides space for Black millennial mothers to share their maternal experiences and create community. Barbara is currently a doctoral student at Morgan State University studying Urban Educational Leadership.
In this episode, you will meet Barbara Sherrod (2:00), hear her perspective on current events in America (6:30), her experiences with restorative justice (15:11), and her inspirations in writing (30:00). She also shares her experiences with restorative practices in parenting (49:30), and how to implement these methods (54:00). She provides her closing thoughts at 1:04:00.
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