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Latinx parenting is

a bilingual organization rooted in children's rights, social and racial justice and antiracism, the individual and collective practice of nonviolence and reparenting, intergenerational and ancestral healing, cultural sustenance, and the active decolonization of oppressive practices in our families.

We offer family education and support that is culturally responsive to and for the Latinx community and its allies, trauma-informed, and centered on strengths and advocacy.

We are here to serve you, your children, their children, your parents, and the ripple of our ancestral mark on this earth.

We are thankful you are joining us on this journey.
What We Do

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Our workshops will teach you new strategies for connection, regulation and peace with your child, family and self.
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We just want our gente to heal, accessibility is important.
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Trainings geared for professionals and providers to become more culturally sustaining for and with Latinx families.
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“Since coming to the classes I have learned the science behind the nonviolent parenting model. It has reinforced what I would like to envision for my children’s future, and I continue to spread the word about the Latinx Parenting to anyone who works or comes in contact with children.”
— Lorena, Mami of 3

Meet The Founder

Leslie Priscilla
Founder & Certified Parent Coach
Leslie Priscilla is a first generation non-Black Xhicana mother to three biracial children ages 8, 2, and 1. She is a descendant of Indigenous Tarahumara Rarámuri and Spanish lineages who has resided on occupied Tongva and Acjachemen land, also known as Orange County, CA, all of her life.
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Leslie P. Arreola-Hillenbrand


We are committed to providing resources that enrich the experience of raising children and raising ourselves. We frequently update these resources and are always welcome to suggestions for others that are not yet listed.
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October 14, 2021
Every Kid is a Revolutionary
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October 13, 2021
A Nerdy Latina Teaching Latinx History on Outschool

Hola! I’m Sara Youngbar. I am a former brick-and-mortar teacher and a stay-at-home mom since March 2018. I am grateful for spending so much time with my girls, but I missed teaching and wanted to make some money on the side. My eldest child was also getting more interested in school and interacting with others, […]

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September 14, 2021
Finding Joy in Bilingual Parenting
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Where have your children guided you? What have you discovered by allowing them to be your teachers? ⁣

In Chancla Culture and in colonialist paradigms, children are to be seen and not heard, much less given the autonomy to lead the way. ⁣

Many of our power struggles come from our inability to allow them the small but powerful gift of their sovereignty. ⁣

Yes, boundaries and limits as we guide them are necessary, but many times there are ways that ALL of our needs can be met, if we are open to surrendering to all of the ways that we DON’T have to be in control. ⁣

This shit is the HARDEST. But it’s the work and the path we choose to walk as we decolonize our familias, keep relationship at the center, and, as best as we can, attempt to release rigid expectations and surrender control of the unique design and purpose of our children‘s unfolding. ⁣

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Community Platica: Sara Yungbar, teacher for OUTSCHOOL.com. In this Community Platica, Latinx Parenting kicks off our partnership with @outschool and we speak with one of their star 🌟 Maestras, @superlatinanerd Sara Yungbar and we talk about

•Sara’s journey to becoming an Outschool teacher
•Some of her favorite classes which include Little Latinitas which feature incredible Latina historical figures that are not often highlighted
•Outschool’s wealth of resources for anything and everything your children could possibly be interested in
•Her methods for keeping even little ones engaged during her classes

We’re also hosting a giveaway for 11 TICKETS to our A Mi Manera workshop November 20th, sponsored by @outschool



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Every time I hear someone who speaks broken English I admire that they know two languages (maybe more). I opted to learn French in high school and having Spanish fluency and literacy allowed me to pick it up quickly. Yes, they are European languages and there's grief that I don't know Raramuri (except for a few words and phrases) PERO I think it's awesome that language is a way that I can own that I am both de aqui Y de alla. ⁠

My mom migrated here at 14. My dad was a little older. Both of them speak in broken accented English, but I'm in awe that they learned a whole ass new language in a whole new country. ⁠

I admire their commitment to learning a new language and society. The courage to try to break out of what they know and communicate in a whole new way. It's pretty chingon. ⁠

Admiro quien son y lo que nos esta ensanando. Que nunca es muy tarde para aprender.⁠

#LatinxParenting #EndChanclaCulture #RaisingFutureAncestors #DecolonizeOurFamilias #IJustWantMiGenteToHeal #TheCycleStopsConmigo

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