by: Amber O’Neal Johnston
Amber O’Neal Johnston’s book will help you teach your children to navigate the beauty and challenges of multiculturalism. When I saw that Julie Bogart wrote the forward, I knew it would align with my family and celebrate the culture I want to create for my own children.
This book was first suggested by a close friend that makes activism a big part of her homeschool.
“A Place to Belong: Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond” is a family guide to culturally rich living and offers a place for all people to navigate the beauty and challenges of multiculturalism.
The author, Amber O’Neal Johnston, shares her experience as a homeschooling mom and provides insights into how families can engage in activism and community service. Amber provides a multitude of a reflective questions and actionable steps we can take toward building the home culture and community cultures that we genuinely want to be a part of and raise our children. She provides concrete steps and tips for fostering open dialogue, teaching “hard history” in an age-appropriate manner and celebrating cultural heritage in various ways.
This book is thought-provoking, challenging, helpful, and intellectual. Written in an everyday approach that asks the reader to consider their own biases and change their thinking around what it truly means to belong.