"Parents are ignored. Our children are not adequately supported, and their academic needs and abilities are often overlooked."
Chicago's Very Own.
Natasha Dunn has 10+ years of experience advocating, organizing and building community awareness for hard-to-access services in Chicago. As the amazing mom to three children (including twins!), Natasha is passionate about promoting greater equity and supporting fellow parents to navigate the ups and downs of parenting and meet every child’s individual and unique needs.
Black Parents SPEAK
A Black Parent Movement started in Chicago to Educate, Organize, and eradicate Racial Disparity and Injustice that Black Children face in the Public School System.
A resident of Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood, Natasha Dunn has spent more than a decade organizing with parents to help them access early childhood opportunities. Natasha is passionate about promoting greater equity for parents across Chicago.
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Both Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union must develop new ways to bring greater transparency and parent/community input into their negotiations over safety and working conditions. Students and families must be the focus to rectify the abysmal proficiency rates, rising crime in the city and failure of remote…