When I first started homeschooling back in 2007, I didn’t know of many other homeschool families that looked like ours. However, over the years I have watched the African-American homeschool population grow! More recently, I have discovered some African-American homeschool bloggers as well!
Why the name “Brown Like Me” Homeschool Bloggers? When my daughter was small, I distinctly remember her opening up a picture book and making the following comment: “Mommy, she is brown like me!” In that moment I realized how important it was for her to see people who looked like her in the books she read (which is why I started “Brown Like Me” Books).
I am finding the same to be true of myself. It has been beneficial for me as a homeschool mom to see other African-American homeschool moms in real life and online!
African-American Homeschool Bloggers:
A Blessed Heritage ~ Belinda blogs about her love for homeschooling and provides a history curriculum that tells a more complete picture of African-American history while instilling pride and inspiring greatness in children.
African-American Homeschool Moms ~ Andrea site serves as a place of encouragement and resources for Black homeschoolers.
A Stable Beginning ~ Jacqueline, mother of six, shares their homeschool life using the Classical/Charlotte Mason approach.
Christian Homeschool Bloggers ~ Demitria shares practical tips, homeschool podcast interviews, and encouragement, while also providing information on different homeschool methods, philosphies, and educational ideas.
Hip Hop Homeschoolers ~ DJ Momm-E provides a collection of information and resources for the African-American homeschool community all in one place.
Homeschooling in the D ~ Camille writes not only about the academic lessons of home education, but about the everyday experiences, good and bad, of living the homeschooling lifestyle in the “D” (Detroit, Michigan).
Joy in the Journey ~ Latonya, a mother of two, chronicles her journey as an African-American homeschooler and also provides practical tips for making the most out of the life that you have been gifted.
My Busy Bees and Me ~ Erica, an avid homeschool vlogger, shares the journey of her large, homeschooling, military family while providing tips, curriculum reviews, and hands-on learning fun.
The Mahogany Way ~ Darcel, a single mama to three, writes about their Unschooling lifestyle, as well as Special Needs Parenting (autism, asthma, food allergies).
Have I missed someone?
Do you know of an African-American blogger that should be added to this list? Feel free to leave a comment below!
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