176. Social Justice Parenting, With Dr. Traci Baxley
Marriage and Martinis
Danielle and Dr. Traci Baxley have a candid conversation about everything from interracial marriage, to privilege, to how to handle it when people say, "agree to disagree," about social issues and race. Danielle asks how parents can implement teachings and actions to help their kids become better allies and more conscientious human beings. Have we come as far as we think concerning progress, and what do we still need to do? Follow Dr. Baxley on instagram at @socialjusticeparenting and check out her website Social Justice Parenting.Visit crowdcow.com/marriageandmartinis and use promo code "marriageandmartinis25" to get $25 off your order.Order your Date Night Questions Experience ebook See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We had the honor of interviewing Dr. Traci Baxley, educator, coach, and author of Social Justice Parenting (out in bookstores this Fall!). We talked about what social justice parenting is, equality versus equity, practical ways you can open dialogue with your kids. Be sure to follow Dr. Traci on Instagram @socialjusticeparenting and on her website at socialjusticeparenting.com Remember to leave a review if you enjoyed the show so it can help people find us! Follow us on Instagram: Paula @newparadigmmotherhood and Samantha @samantha.tully--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewayweparent/message
Dr. Traci Baxley is a mother of five, consultant, educator and coach dedicated to supporting families, organizations and corporations in developing diversity & inclusion practices that lead to meaningful relationships, genuine belonging and high productivity. She is also the creator of Social Justice Parenting®, a philosophy that moves families from fear-based parenting to creating spaces of belonging through compassion, radical love and social justice engagement.In this episode, Traci takes us through her Social Justice Parenting model and philosophy and the types of conversations that parents need to be having with their children. She explains how Social Justice Parenting is rooted in radical love and is not equivalent to parenting out of fear along with why we should not be keeping our kids in the dark when it comes to what is happening in the world. We discuss the following talking points:Why social justice parenting is not equivalent to parenting out of fearHow social justice activism is rooted in radical loveHer Social Justice Parenting model using the acronym ROCKSHow to begin these conversations around social issuesWhy we should not keep our kids in the dark about what's happening in the worldTune in to hear more of her wisdom & insight!!//Connect with Traci & her work:Instagram: @socialjusticeparentingFacebook: Social Justice ParentingWebsite: www.socialjusticeparenting.comBook: Social Justice Parenting: How to Raise Compassionate, Anti-Racist, Justice-Minded Kids in an Unjust World by Traci BaxleyTEDx Talk: Social Justice Parenting by Traci Baxley//Songs:Sacred Space by India ArieI Am Light by India Arie//Follow along with the rest of my journey.Instagram:@whytli@inthewakewithwhytliFacebook: Whytli RogersTwitter: @whytliPinterest: WhytliTikTok: @whytliLinkedIn: Whytli RogersWebsite: whytli.comContact me here.Support the show (https://paypal.me/whytli?locale.x=en_US)
462: [success] When Opportunity Meets Preparation with Dr. Traci Baxley
The BizChix Podcast: Female Entrepreneurs | Women Small Business | Biz Chix
Dr. Traci Baxley is back on the podcast to share how much growth she has experienced in her business in the last year. She is a pivotal voice for social justice parenting but it has not been an easy road to building her business. So many opportunities came her way which had a lot of decisions to go along with them. Listen in as Dr. Traci shares how she found success in her entrepreneurial journey and her passion for diversity and inclusion. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode. ******** Sign up for the Retainer Roadmap - Free Workshop ********** When you are ready, here are a few ways we can help grow your service business. 🎧 Subscribe to our weekly podcasts Stacking Your Team and The BizChix Podcast. 🎯 Purchase one of our LAST Strategy Sessions. There are only a handful left and it is an incredible way to get expert 1:1 coaching, strategy, and an action plan. After April, they will only be available to clients in our programs. ✅ Get support as you hire with Your Next Best Hire course. There are 18 modules that include everything you need to successfully hire your next high-performing team member. Hiring mistakes are expensive and this course will walk you through each step, so you have a process going forward you can replicate. ☎️ Join me for a 1:1 interest call for Six Figures Lab our group coaching program for service business owners who want to take home $8-10K per month. Click to fill out the application and my team will connect with you to set up our call. This group is ideal for women with sales averaging $3000 or more per month and provides nearly daily access to me, accountability and a community of women who will get you. I'm so excited that several of our clients have had their highest revenue months ever in February! This episode was first published at BizChix.com/462.
147: Teaching Children How to Advocate for Themselves // Dr. Traci Baxley
3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms
YOU are your child’s most important teacher! Especially when it comes to teaching them self advocacy skills!This back-to-school series is back again this year, as we discuss how to have important conversations with our kids that will set them up for success at school, work, and throughout life. Our guest to kick-off the series is https://socialjusticeparenting.com/about-me/ (Dr. Traci Baxley) who has been an educator for over 30 years with degrees in child development, elementary education, and curriculum and instruction. She specializes in belonging, diversity and inclusion, social justice education, race identity, anti-bias curriculum.She is also the creator of Social Justice Parenting™, a parenting philosophy that moves families from fear-based parenting to parenting from a place of radical love, for themselves, their children and humanity. On top of all of that, Dr. Baxley is a mother to five children, and she is passionate about teaching them how to courageously advocate for themselves and their unique needs.Three Takeaways on How to Teach Your Children Self Advocacy SkillsSpend time getting to know your child and helping them reflect on their strengths and weaknesses. Support children in articulating their needs by giving them a thorough understanding of their unique needs, whether those are diagnosed conditions that you want them to understand about themselves or simply just personality preferences and learning styles. Teach children to brainstorm who could be on their support team or what resources might help them and write it out in advance.Show Noteshttps://socialjusticeparenting.com/ (Dr. Traci Baxley’s website)https://www.instagram.com/socialjusticeparenting/?hl=en (Dr. Traci Baxley’s Instagram)Join me for a free class on podcasting this month! https://podcastuniversity.mykajabi.com/freeclass (podcastu.co/freeclass)https://slate.com/podcasts/how-to (How To Podcast with Charles Duhigg)https://3in30podcast.com/bravery/ (Bravery Magazine)Related Episodeshttps://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/advocate/ (Episode 047: How to Respectfully Advocate for Your Children // Emily Orchard)https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/141/ (Episode 141: Raising Children with Chronic Conditions // Andelin Price)Last Year’s Serieshttps://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-sex/ (Episode 099: How to Talk to Your Kids about Sex // Kristin B. Hods)onhttps://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/educate-and-empower-your-kids/ (Episode 100: How to Talk to Your Kids about Pornography // Dina Alexander)https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/talking-about-skin-tone-with-brownicity/ (Episode 101: Why & How to Talk to Your Kids about Skin Tone & Race // Dr. Lucretia Berry)SponsorMany thanks to this month’s sponsor, http://betterhelp.com/3in30 (BetterHelp), the world’s largest provider of online therapy! Use the code 3IN30 for 10% off your first month! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode we talk with speaker, professor, mother to 5, belonging advocate, cultural coach for Moms, Dr. Traci Baxley. She explains social justice parenting, parenting beyond fear & how we should be using the word privilege. Dr. Traci also gives us 5 parenting tips that you will want to write down. Join us as we Say It Southern with Dr. Traci Baxley.
120: Workplaces Where Everyone Belongs with Dr. Traci Baxley
Stacking Your Team: Growing Teams and Team Building for Female Entrepreneurs | Women in Business | Small Business Owners
Dr. Traci Baxley is a consultant, coach, and educator. She is dedicated to supporting families, organizations, and corporations in developing inclusive practices. She is also the founder of Social Justice Parenting and as an educator for over 30 years, her philosophy embraces and teaches others to adopt a full-on radical love approach to parenting, for themselves, their children, and humanity. Be sure to check out her TEDTalk. Join the BizChix Community Connect with Shelli: Instagram Linkedin Subscribe to the Newsletter Leadership Lab Connect With Dr. Traci Baxley: Instagram Facebook Social Justice Parenting LinkedIn Other Links Mentioned: Traci's TEDTalk Historically Black Colleges and Universities Stacking Your Team Episode Mentioned: Episode 102 with Corey Roan BizChix Episode Mentioned: Episode 422 with Dr. Traci Baxley Work with Us: Programs Overview VIP Day One:One Coaching Leadership Lab Six Figures Lab This podcast was first published on BizChix.com/syt-120. Listen to our sister podcast, BizChix, on your app or at BizChix.com.
736: How to Raise Anti-Racist Children and Practice Social Justice Parenting with Dr. Traci Baxley
Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with 500+ Successful Women Entrepreneurs!
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dr. Traci Baxley teaches her philosophy of social justice parenting. Whether you have children or not, you can practice these pillars, or ROCKS: Reflecting, Open dialogue, Compassion, Kindness, and Social engagement. Dr. Baxley gives strategies to engage in difficult conversations with your children, have compassion for yourself, and live an everyday life of activism. Find out how to apply concepts of belonging into your life on this episode of Support is Sexy. Elayne FlukerElayne Fluker is author of the new book, “Get Over ‘I Got It’: How to Stop Playing Superwoman, Get Support and Remember that Having It All Doesn’t Mean Doing It All Alone.” As host of the SUPPORT IS SEXY podcast, she interviews more than 500 successful women entrepreneurs around the world, who share inspiring, true stories of the ups and the downs of their entrepreneurial journeys. Elayne is also founder of SiS.Academy, an online learning platform for women entrepreneurs. For more information about Elayne Fluker, please visit elaynefluker.com. Thank you for listening!About our Guest:Dr. Traci Baxley is a cultural and race identity coach and the founder of Social Justice Parenting, which supports families in intentional parenting, creating safe spaces of belonging. Driven by compassion and radical love in the mothering of her own biracial children, she specializes in coaching mothers in transracial families, specifically white moms of Black children.Insight from this episode: Strategies on creating authentic spaces of belonging in our homes, businesses, and communities. How to exist, navigate, and parent in a world of colorism and raise anti-racist children with high self-esteem. Strategies for mothers of transracial or biracial families to help their children navigate between two worlds. Quotes from the show: “Belonging in its rawest form is really about people who want to be a part of something bigger than they are…we want to feel like who we are is enough and what we bring to the table will land somewhere.” –Dr. Traci Baxley Support is Sexy Episode #736 “There are times when, because of that little girl in me, I still have to push myself to advocate for myself, to say I belong here, or to just have a sense of belonging. –Elayne Fluker Support is Sexy Episode #736 “If you can’t come to work or be in your home... and feel like your whole authentic self...it impacts the way that you interact with others, it impacts your creativity, it impacts your productivity…So when you don’t belong, there’s rippling effects that I think impact everything around you…It impacts your bottom line.” –Dr. Traci Baxley Support is Sexy Episode #736 “Our children need to know that we don’t have those answers, so that they can see us model how to get through those things when you don’t know the answers.” –Dr. Traci Baxley Support is Sexy Episode #736 “People get a little freaked out when they hear the word “social justice.” They think it’s this big huge thing that only powerful people can do or large groups of people, but social justice is in your own house.” –Dr. Traci Baxley Support is Sexy Episode #736 “The world for your kid can’t be a better place if my child is still hurting.” –Dr. Traci Baxley Support is Sexy Episode #736 Resources MentionedTraci Baxley’s TEDx Talk: Social Justice ParentingStay Connected:Elayne FlukerWebsite: elaynefluker.comTwitter: @elaynefluker Facebook: Elayne FlukerInstagram: @elayneflukerLinkedIn: Elayne FlukerYoutube: Elayne FlukerDr. Traci BaxleyWebsite: socialjusticeparenting.comFacebook: Traci BaxleyInstagram: @socialjusticeparentingLinkedIn: Traci BaxleySupport is SexyWebsite: Support is Sexy PodcastFacebook: Support is SexyInstagram: @supportissexyYoutube: Support is Sexy Podcast Playlist Post-production for this episode was provided by Podcast Laundry.[Music: “Stomp and Clap” by Scott Holmes from Free Music Archive] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Navigating The Hard Conversations As A Leader With Traci Baxley
Foot Traffic Podcast with Stacy Tuschl
Today we are having an important conversation about Inclusion and Diversity in your business. My guest is Traci Baxley, Ed.D. She is a consultant, coach and educator dedicated to supporting families, organizations and corporations in developing inclusive practices that lead to meaningful relationships, a sense of belonging and high productivity. In this episode, we cover: How a diversified team can be an advantage to your small business How to create a workplace environment where everyone on the team feels like their voices are heard and valued What CEOs/leaders do to attract more diversity into their businesses How to talk to your children about what is going on Welcome back to another episode of the Foot Traffic podcast!! Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success. --> Want to work with the Foot Traffic Team and skyrocket your business during a recession? Here is a quick overview of the Foot Traffic Formula program: For the next 12 months, we are building out your marketing plan, systems, helping you increase your revenue so you can start to hire and remove some of the stress and pressure going on right now. You'll Get: 12 months of on-going strategy, systems, and support Weekly laser coaching sessions with me Weekly office hours and trainings with Team Foot Traffic to learn likes copywriting, paid IG and FB ads, funnel implementation and more Private on-boarding call to get you started on the right foot A Dedicated Community Manager that is in the FB group every weekday answering your questions A Dedicated Accountability Coach to work with every month for 25 minutes PRIVATELY. We want to help hold you accountable to hit your goals. Your investment is just $497/month and you can started with just a 30 day paid trial. Click here to learn more about the program. This is it! If you're ready, I can't wait to welcome you into the program.
Dr. Traci Baxley on 5 House Rules to Implement ASAP For More Compassionate Kids - 171
The Ali Damron Show
Dr. Traci Baxley supports women who are in overwhelm, chasing the elusive balance instead of choosing harmony and grace. She helps moms move from fear-based parenting to intentional parenting with radical love using her parenting philosophy, Social Justice Parenting. We talked about fear based parenting and also the 5 house rules she uses with her 5 kids to create compassionate kids. www.tracibaxley.com www.facebook.com/socialjusticeparenting www.instagram.com/socialjusticeparenting Free Holistic Health Group www.facebook.com/groups/alidamron www.instagram.com/alidamron www.alidamron.com