Dr. Christia Brown





By Dr. Christia Brown

Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue

A guide that helps parents focus on their children’s unique strengths and inclinations rather than on gendered stereotypes to more effectively bring out the best in their individual children, for parents of infants to middle schoolers.

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This wonderful two-part documentary has done so much to raise the urgency & importance around why we must challenge gender stereotypes in UK schools - please watch if you haven’t already! Thanks @grahamandre @DrJavidA @BBCTwo & all involved for this important work

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“2 years ago 16/08/17 #nomoreboysandgirls was broadcast on @BBCTwo and changed my life. If you haven't seen it yet and you are on #edutwitter pl...


Why has there been a revived debate about whether women should work? Because public child care is on the U.S. political agenda -- & that's always brought up strong feelings about the proper role of women (and which women, & who gets to decide)

Getting ready for a nap at a public nursery school set up for the children of workers involved in the war effort in the early 1940s. The World War II period was the only time there has been widespread public child care in the United States.

Why the U.S. Has Long Resisted Universal Child Care

Americans still aren’t in agreement that mothers should work at all.


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Representation Matters

Regardless of gender identity, kids and teens want, and need, to be seen and affirmed. Representation and actual knowledge matters. This shouldn't be confined to one day a year.   Read More

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