Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs is a Trinidadian-American mom, artist, organizer and thought leader. Tabitha is a leading voice on parenting anti-racist children and writes often about raising multiracial children in today's America. Tabitha is the author of the biweekly column, Raising Anti-Racist Kids with Romper.com. Tabitha is also one of the women who spearheaded the organization of the Women’s March On Washington on January 21st, 2017, helping organize the largest demonstration in response to an election in U.S. history. After serving as Deputy Executive Director of Program at Women's March, she currently serves as Senior Advisor, Strategic Partnerships. She co-led A Day Without A Woman, an international strike. She also led the team that organized the Enough: National School Walkouts of 2018 that saw 2 million students walk out of schools to demand safety from gun violence. Tabitha also consulted with Penguin on the kids book, Little Activists, released in Fall 2017.
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