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workshops and
anti-bias training
for parents
& educators

workshops and
anti-bias training
for parents
& educators

Britt Hawthorne (she/they) is a New York Times Best-Seller and a nationally
recognized antiracist and anti-bias educator,
speaker and advocate

She provides antiracism workshops and anti-bias training for parents and educators in-person and online. Her anti-oppression work moves the idea of racial justice to reality and practice. Committed to centering and affirming people of the global majority, Britt helps families navigate the world of antiracist parenting. Through partnering with action-oriented educators, she creates classroom environments that are inclusive and equitable for all learners. In addition to speaking at workshops and conferences, Britt fosters a growing grassroots community of over 100K readers on Instagram, reimagining how educational spaces can create a stronger antiracist democracy.

More About Britt


do the work play

We often refer to “the work” when describing the dedication required for strong antiracist and anti-bias practices. But this ingrained, white supremacist, capitalist narrative to “work” can be harmful to the people and the process. What if we transform “the work” into play? Could that help us create a more authentically equitable, antiracist world?

Britt Hawthorne knows so. Like work, play involves the whole self, requires curiosity and persistence, follows “rules” that can constantly change, and leads the learner towards independence but is not always done independently.

Think of your antiracism and anti-bias practice as “play” to restore a sense of curiosity, excitement, and engagement in your journey.

When we play, we introduce radical self-love, compassionate accountability, and rebellion against white supremacist capitalism to the practice. Learn how to ditch perfectionism for creating, sharing, and taking risks.

Antiracism is not a destination, it’s a practice.

— Britt Hawthorne
What Britt Offers

learn by doing

Britt Hawthorne’s antiracism workshops and anti-bias training follow the philosophy of “learn by doing.” This is not a “Sit and Get” workshop. Expect to learn the language of inequality, identify practices you want to change, create a self-study for action, and join a community of learners. Participants will have time to ask questions, share concerns, and request specific resources they need to continue this work play.

Britt honors your entry point into your antiracism practice and anti-bias education, cultivating a compassionate learning environment for those committed to the work play. Participants are empowered to be full shareholders in their learning journey by engaging in small group active movement and delving deep into the hands-on lessons.

antiracism workshops

Cultivate a Personal and Collective
AntiRacism Practice

Designed for all people—whether you are a person of the global majority or you are white—Britt Hawthorne’s antiracism workshops help you take the step from book-learning to a daily antiracism practice. From raising antiracist children to cultivating an antiracist classroom, her workshops give educators and parents the tools, resources, and education they need to create equitable, antiracist environments for children and students to thrive. Becoming antiracist takes time, practice, and compassionate accountability. Learn how to disrupt and dismantle racism on an individual and systemic level.

Antiracism is the constant attention and work to recenter people of the global majority, to redistribute resources to communities of color, and hold systems accountable for the ways they commit harm and violence against Black, Indigenous, and people of color.

Learn More about Britt’s Workshops

anti-bias workshops

Anti-bias education empowers young learners to build confidence through developing critical thinking skills, establishing strong self-identities, and fostering empathy for their peers.

Created for school teachers, educators, administrators, homeschooling parents, and more, Britt’s anti-bias training focuses on fostering an inclusive environment for learners of all ages, including preschool, Montessori, elementary, secondary, middle school, and high school. Anti-bias education focuses on creating a learning environment equitable for every facet of human difference—including race, ability, learning styles, culture, family structure, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and age. Learn how to make your classroom more inclusive, unbiased, and inviting to differences.


speaking engagements

As an acclaimed speaker and subject matter expert (SME) in anti-oppression work, antiracism, and anti-bias education, Britt Hawthorne gives keynotes and talks at conferences, universities, and more. Britt is known for her compassionate hands-on approach to topics from racial justice, anti-bias in education, and antiracism at home. She has worked with PBS, Drew Barrymore, Google Edu, The Mom Project, Rice University, and Association Montessori Internationale, among other influential groups and conferences. Britt is talented at cultivating engaging in-person and virtual spaces.


Praise for AntiRacism Workshops

I have attended the anti-bias at home webinar by Britt twice now and consider it essential viewing for everyone – it’s something you can work on, reflect on and then return to. Britt is great at getting you to slow down and take note of your experiences and history with racism and prejudice and work you can do. Well-meaning parents often want to make their kids fix racism but here we recognize the work starts with us. It is an amazing starting point with practical tips and explanations. I have a 1-year-old and 4-year-old.

Emily Lockwood
Praise for AntiRacism Workshops

The new tools that I have gained through this workshop will not only make me a better teacher, but it will help me to become a better person.

Robin Courtney
Praise for AntiRacism Workshops

This workshop has been an amazing resource and learning opportunity. I know that I will be coming back to it again and again because there was so much information and opportunity for reflection.

Alixandra Gaither
It’s here

raising antiracist children


Raising Antiracist Children: A Practical Parenting Guide guides people on how to raise antiracist children and the world of antiracist parenting. 

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Raising inclusive, antiracist children is a noble goal for any parent, caregiver, or educator—start with this book.

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Development North Star Sites
Photography Bethany Brewster