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Parenting at the intersections : raising neurodivergent children of color  Cover Image Book Book

Parenting at the intersections : raising neurodivergent children of color / Jaya Ramesh and Priya Saaral ; foreword by Bayo Akomolafe, PhD.

Ramesh, Jaya, (author.). Akomolafe, Bayo, (writer of foreword.).

Summary:

What if parenting were an act of social justice? In this part story-telling, part self-inquiry book, authors and therapists Jaya Ramesh and Priya Saaral situate parenting children of color with neurodivergence within the context of various interlocking systems of oppression including settler colonialism, White supremacy, ableism, and capitalism. These intersections engender isolation and loneliness. Using the voices of parents on the front lines and other experts, Parenting at the Intersections offer an invitation to parents to slow down and reflect on their own parenting journeys. When parents can be given space to listen to their own voices, to connect with their children, and find community with others, they can find the most radical ways to disrupt systems of oppression. -- Provided by publisher.

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781641608893
  • ISBN: 1641608897
  • Physical Description: xxv, 318 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Chicago, IL : Chicago Review Press, 2024.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
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Formatted Contents Note:
The foundations of the home : The framework -- Standing at the intersections: the contexts we parent in -- The map is not the territory: understanding how our children develop -- Lives inside the home : Building the model: choosing to parent differently -- Uncovering vibrant playgrounds: embracing a diversity of play -- Standing in the doorway of adulthood: parenting our adolescents -- Parenting at the edge of understanding: setting boundaries with tech -- Relating to the world outside : The halls of medicine: navigating medical systems -- Unlearning the script: educating our children -- Dismantling the pipeline: protecting our children from the legal system -- Building a better world. Finding what feels like home: building our village -- A parenting love ethic: an invitation to emancipation.
Subject: Parenting.
Race awareness in children.
Parents of autistic children.
Parents of children with mental disabilities.
Parents of children with disabilities.
Parents of attention-deficit-disordered children.
Parents of exceptional children.
Intersectionality (Sociology).
Neurodiversity.
Oppression (Psychology).
Social justice.
Genre: Informational works.
Instructional and educational works.
Self-help publications.
Illustrated works.

Available copies

  • 2 of 2 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 2 of 2 copies available at Jefferson County.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Jefferson County Library-Arnold 649.7089 RAMESH (Text)
SHELVED IN THE PREGNANCY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT SECTION OF THE HEALTH NEIGHBORHOOD:
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Jefferson County Library-Northwest 649.7089 RAMESH (Text) 30051100259719 New Books Available -


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