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Strategies for Black Homeschoolers: Navigating today's options for home education

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Join homeschool leaders, Anita Gibson, Michelle Huddleston & LaNissir James as they combine their decades of experience in supporting homeschoolers in a LIVE conversation about strategies for black homeschoolers. Three homeschool leaders will help you navigate today’s options for home education as you learn ways to get started, find resources, survive homeschooling, find community and so much more. Join the conversation on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 7:00PM EST!

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Anita Gibson

Anita Gibson is the president of  The RAS Foundation, a non-profit educational consulting firm that creates & develops non-traditional educational programs for students and organizations like Project Excel Academy, an academic learning center for homeschool students. Their motto is Help and Hope are Here!

Michelle Huddleston

7-year homeschooling mom of 5. Holds an AAS in Human Services, a B.S. in Early Childhood Development, an M.S. in Early Childhood Education, and currently an ESL Specialist. Michelle is the founder of the organization More Than Minority, lifestyle blogger behind The Healing Life, and curriculum resource creator behind Huddleston Academy. She is an international speaker and Amazon best-selling author.

LaNissir James

As an HSLDA High School Consultant, LaNissir loves speaking to parents to encourage and support their homeschooling with empathetic, engaging, and practical wisdom. She says, “The joy of helping a family feel confident that they can homeschool is priceless.” She earned her BS in journalism from the University of Maryland College Park, is Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® certified, and is pursuing a master’s degree in biblical studies.

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