I offer educators

anti-bias & anti-racism workshops.

^ Open to all.

Anti-bias work is an investment in our learners.


Anti-bias education is a framework to guide inclusive conversations, examine our classrooms, and uplift each learner and their many identities. 

Anti-bias teachers are committed to the principle that every learner deserves to develop to their fullest potential. Teachers examine and transform their understanding of the learner’s lived experiences and are committed to self-reflection.

Anti-racism is a 
life-long journey.


“Anti-racism is a life-long journey dismantling individual, structural and institutional racism that includes forming new understandings of and ways to live Anti-racism is committed to de-center whiteness, making a commitment to equitably sharing power and resources.

Anti-racism is good business. The end of systemic and individual racism will humanize and liberate everyone.”


–   Louis Derman Sparks

Montessori is a learner-centered pedagogy and framework.


Montessori is a learner-centered pedagogy and methodical framework focused on empowering learners to develop to their fullest potential.

It is a view of the child as one who is naturally eager for knowledge and capable of initiating learning in a supportive, thoughtfully prepared learning environment.

It is an approach that values the human spirit and the development of the whole child—physical, social, emotional, cognitive.

“As educators, it’s our job to stand in the intersections of our identities with humility and reflexivity, lay down our defenses, listen to one another, believe one another, lock arms, and move forward, together.”

Let’s take this journey together

Together, We Can Do The Work

Workshops, conferences, and online courses.

At Home Resource List

I’m going live in an hour, open to all, to discuss homeschooling and how to support your child during school closures. There are so many resources floating around, and really great tools that I wanted to compile a list for …

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“We all have a responsibility to protect our cherished elders and those who are also vulnerable and valuable members of our communities. The simple truth is that this disease is causing suffering and inequity across the world, to people’s bodies, …

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All Y’all Social Justice Series Theme – Addressing Inequities in Southern Public Schooling: Our Past, Present, and Future About this Event The All Y’all Social Justice Series seeks to connect educators, students, and community members who are leading social justice …

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Register For Our March Webinar

Updated Post:   I’m spent. I think everyone in the house is spent.  If I am being honest, we are going to go for a walk around the hood and then I am coming back to make potato and kale soup with …

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Register | Montessori For Social Justice Conference

The annual Montessori for Social Justice (MSJ) Conference registration is open. I’ve attended the conference every year since 2017 and it is by far my favorite conference.  This conference centers on the experiences and stories of People of Color. In …

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March News

Hey All,  Better late than never. He’s the March newsletter. It’s a quick read with a few resources for your classroom.  Enjoy 

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About Britt

Passionately creating spaces all children are 

free to be and learn.

Nationally Recognized

Britt Hawthorne is a nationally recognized equity trainer in education. She partners with action-oriented educators, creating classroom environments that are inclusive and equitable for all learners.

Life-long Learner

Britt graduated from Rockford University where she studied Elementary Education and English as a Second Language. From there she earned her Montessori certification in Lower and Upper Elementary Montessori from the American Montessori Society. Additionally, Britt sought her anti-racism training from CrossRoads Organizing and Training Center.

Purpose Driven

Her work seeks to move justice from being an idea to the authentic culture. In addition to speaking at workshops and conferences, Britt is the co-creator of the Instagram #antiracistbookclub, where all are welcome to seek answers and unpack together.

2019 – 2020 School Partnerships

2019 – 2020 School Partnerships

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