Parent Education

Campbell Hall’s Parent Education Speaker Series programs brings together parents and other members of the school community with experts in a variety of fields to engage in timely, thought-provoking discussions that inform and enrich our relationships with ourselves and the children under our care. Participants should expect to take away with them important information, a stronger sense of community, and at times, a completely new perspective. 

October 6, 2020

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  • Mothering, Reimagining & Starfishing: A Radical Way Forward

    Jodie Patterson

    October 6, 2020
    TIME: 6:30 pm
    SPEAKER: Jodie Patterson

    Activist Jodie Patterson introduces the concept of front-loading Mothering as a proactive strategy for building better, stronger, more cohesive communities.

    “Often when we talk about family and parenting, there is an implicit assumption that we're referring to heteronormative, white centered, cisgender, nuclear groups with two adults raising one or more little people. When I speak of Mothering I’m most definitely not speaking specifically to cisgender women or heteronormative families or white people. I’m putting a word I know well, MOTHER, to the activity of intentional building of people and communities.” Jodie Patterson is a mother of five, author of The Bold World: A Memoir of Family and Transformation and a globally recognized LGBTQIA activist. As a public speaker, Ms. Patterson uses her platform to discuss topics of radical parenting, identity, and gender. When her son announced at the age of 3 “Mama I’m not a girl. I’m a boy” she set out to inform herself, shift her own bias and change the way her community understood gender.
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Contact Us

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  • Sarah Huss

    Director of Human Development + Parent Education

    Amy Eagles + Heidi Miller
    Parent Education Hospitality Chairs
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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