Mommy In Chief – Episode 3: Socially Responsible Kids

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October 28, 2011 ‐ By Liz Burr

About “Socially Responsible Kids”

Election Day is coming up and this is the perfect opportunity to teach your kids how to be model citizens. In this episode, our Mommy In Chief and featured guest will offer some recommendations for raising socially responsible children.

Featured Guest: Dr. Marcella Runell Hall

Dr. Runell Hall is a social justice scholar and author. She has co-edited three award-winning books: The Hip-Hop Education Guidebook; Conscious Women Rock the Page: Using Hip-Hop Fiction to Incite Social Change; and Love, Race & Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done. Hall has also written for Scholastic Books, The New York Times Learning Network, VIBE, and various academic journals including Equity and Excellence in Education.

In May ’11, Hall earned her doctorate in Social Justice Education from UMASS, Amherst. Her dissertation is entitled Education in a Hip-Hop Nation: Our Identity, Politics & Pedagogy.

Currently, Hall is the Interim Director of the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs/Center for Spiritual Life at New York University (NYU). There she also serves as adjunct faculty in the Steinhardt School of Education and the Gallatin School of Individualized Study.

Marcella was born in Washington DC and raised in NJ & NY. She currently resides in Brooklyn with her husband, David Hall (aka DJ Trends) and their daughter Aaliyah.

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  • Rita

    This is such a wonderful sight, I found myself taking notes for almost every video. Especially being a first time mom @ thirty, you think you know what to do until becoming mommy happens then you realize you know nothing. The videos are very refreshing and informative! Thanks

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  • http://twitter.com/SLWrites Sarah L. Webb

    This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! I think some parents assume socially responsible children just happen, but as this post shows, parents have to make a conscious effort to instill those values in their children. I’m excited about all the resources provided in this episode, from Dr. Hall’s books, to the websites highlighted at the end. I will definitely check those out and the rest of the Mommy In Chief episodes. I think these will be good to share on my blog. 

    It’s also really cool to see Mrs. Parsons in a new role! I loved what she said at the beginning, “Kids learn attitudes and behaviors early on in life, and they’re best learned from their parents.”

    I don’t have kids, but this issue is so important to me because I’m passionate about changing the future for all children. I think reaching their parents is a great place to start.

    Thanks!

    Sara L. Webb

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