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Ending Chancla Culture:

Decolonizing Our Familias & Raising Future Ancestors

An introductory workshop for parents looking to End Chancla Culture in their relationship with their niñes
Enroll for $47-77

We've all seen those memes...🩴🩴🩴

You know the ones in which the punchline is a mom chasing after her child with a chancla, or calling him a pendejo in response to anything or manipulative saying “¿no me quieres?” (you don’t love me?) when a child doesn’t want to share with them, give them a kiss, or hug them. 

And even if we felt uncomfortable about it, we probably laughed when we saw it. Survivor’s humor is a real thing.

But as we’ve had our own kids, we’ve come to realize that those jokes really aren’t funny. And we’re recognizing that being on the receiving end of such behaviors hurt us and impacted us in ways that we’re still unpacking today.

And there’s no way in hell that we’ll do the same to our children. Not us.

We’re done with the verbal, emotional, and psychological chancletazos we received growing up.

Instead…

We want more connection.

We want more expressed love. 

We want to #EndChanclaCulture

But what does it mean to #endCHANCLACULTURE?

what even is “Chancla Culture” & What's its origin?


how can we do away with it & why is it crucial that we do?

I answer all these questions and more in our core workshop:

Ending Chancla Culture

Decolonizing Our Familias 
& Raising Future Ancestors

An introductory workshop for parents looking to End Chancla Culture in their relationship with their niñes
April 30, 2022 
11AM - 12:30PM PST
Enroll for $47-77

Support for your joureny to #EndChanclaCulture in your familia

The movement to #EndChanclaCulture will take all of us doing our part to unlearn the legacy of physical, psychological, and emotional violence that our ancestors learned through our colonizers. 

The End Chancla Culture Introductory Workshop will provide a foundational overview of the origins of Chancla Culture, the systemic & social factors that contribute to its prevalence, the many ways it manifests, as well as beginning steps to take to break this cycle.

You’ll walk away with a working understanding of:

What Chancla Culture is, its origins, as well as why it's harmful

The effects that colonialist-adapted practices have on children

How colonial social constructs are still impacting our familias today

What it means to decolonize your parenting & End Chancla Culture

Practices you can explore to begin decolonizing your familia

The Ending Chancla Culture Introductory Workshop will support you to set a strong foundation for raising future ancestors who won't need to heal from their childhoods⁣.
Enroll for $47-77

What people Like you Have Said about 
Our Ending Chancla CUlture Workshop

"We're ready to see change in our community!"

Attending this workshop made me realize that me and many others are ready to see change in our community and I am motivated to learn more and get the message out there (end chancla culture) to see the underprivileged communities blossom.
— Stephanie O.

"What a powerful presentation!"

I found this workshop incredibly insightful, particularly for helping me to understanding my own mother and family history. The clear line the workshop drew between the arrival of conquerers and colonizers to changes in parenting practices was an eye opener for me. I really appreciated the naming of harm while simultaneously offering compassion and empathy. What a powerful presentation - thank you!
— Emily M.
Enroll for $47-77

A workshop for people Committed to the thriving of our gente

This work is super important to us. That's why we do everything we can to cultivate a space filled with people committed to our gente's thriving. You may purchase a seat for this workshop ONLY IF you meet one of the following criteria:
You identify as a Latinx/Chicanx parent or Latinx/Chicanx caregiver
You're not yet a parent or caregiver but identify with having had parents who have roots in 'Latino America', these include immigrant parents, first and second generation U.S. born Latinx self-identified parents
You do not identify as Latinx/Chicanx but are in partnership with a Latinx/Chicanx person either by marriage or otherwise
You are an ally or a professional who is part of a group or organization that advocates for Latinx/Chicanx families
If that's you, here's what you can expect to get when you purchase a seat for our next session of core workshop, End Chancla Culture: Decolonizing Our Familias & Raising Future Ancestors

Here's what"s Included:

Live Event
RSVP
Access to the Recording
Live Spanish Translation
Q&A Time for Personal Q's
Community 
Space
fillable 
workbook
Enroll for $47-77

Your Instructor

Leslie Priscilla
Leslie Priscilla is a first-generation non-Black Chicana mother to three bicultural children. 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.

She founded this bilingual organization and movement intentionally rooted in children’s rights, social and racial justice, 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. Formerly an early childhood teacher and 1:1 behavioral coach, Leslie has worked with children and families for over 13 years. 

She is trained as a facilitator in various parent education curricula including Trauma-Informed Nonviolent Parenting, Positive Discipline, Supporting Fatherhood Involvement (SFI), Community Parent Education (C.O.P.E), and others. She has facilitated groups in both Spanish and English for hundreds of parents in schools, transitional homes, teen shelters, drug rehabilitation centers, and family resource centers throughout Orange County, CA.

Leslie shares her medicine by offering coaching, workshops, support, and advocacy for Latinx/Chicanx families locally, nationally, and internationally both in-person and online via the Latinx Parenting organization.

How It Works

The Ending Chancla Culture Introductory Workshop will be a virtually held, live workshop. Your purchase will lock-in your seat for the event as well as open your spot in the workshop community space. 
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Step 1
Upon purchase, you'll save your seat for the workshop on April 30 at 11 AM PST. 
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Step 2
Check your email to review your registration confirmation. You'll also receive an invitation to join our community chat space inside of Circle, our community platform. 
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Step 3
Add the date to your calendar, engage in the community chat, and be on the lookout for an email with all event details the night before the event. 
Every part of the process is taken care of for you. If you there's anything we can clarify for you or if you need additional support please send your request to info@latinxparenting.org.
Enroll for $47-77

Frequently asked questions

Yes. This workshop was be hosted live April 2022.
All registrants will receive access to the workshop recordings for 30 days, and unlimited access to the Integration workbook.
Live Spanish translation will be available for the duration of the workshop. Si, traducción en español disponible será disponible a través del curso del taller.
In preparation for launching our membership community later this year, we’re opening up community spaces for every workshop and course offering for no additional fee. People learn in community and we hope this benefit cultivates the learning experience we aim to nurture as well as further our movement to #EndChanclaCulture.
We’re glad to hear this workshop resonated with you! This workshop is specifically for people who identify as Latinx or who closely work with Latinx children & families in their profession. We will have other relevant offerings available soon. In the meantime, we wish you well on your decolonized parenting journey.
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