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Our Team




Our team is committed to forming "allyships" and education as essentials for the rigorous emotional journey to becoming anti-racist and, which can be used simultaneously to render positive and effective outcomes when we allow truth, love, and respect to be our "Thomas Guide", directing us towards the essentials necessary for building "brick by brick" a foundation of "TRUST", that is not only necessary, but required for the manifestation of the lofty ambitions we collectively desire for humanity, and that's to overcome and subdue racism (and all it hideous byproducts). And to finally be able to live our lives without fear of harm from hate, injustices, police brutality, and inequality. 

MAAR Leadership is more than capable and uniquely qualified in specialized areas to lead, innately gifted, multi-talented possessing wisdom, and the educational credentials and degrees necessary to teach anti-racist advocacy.  They are warriors, survivors, change agents, educators, lawyers, corporate leaders, artists, Olympic athletes, activists, mentors, builders, authors, motivators, givers, mothers, and most importantly for this platform, women of INTEGRITY.


This leadership team's combined combinations of "hybrid" skillsets offer invaluable contributions to our platform in combating systemic racism and bringing awareness to social injustices and racism.


Moms Allyship Against Racism (MAAR) recognizes the unmatched power of forming "cross-sector allyships", the combination is a formidable weapon in combating systemic racism and bringing awareness to social injustices.

We recognize from our past leaders that forming cross-sector allyships that are inclusive is a major strength conducive to the manifestation of the changes in the world we desire.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness".

 ~The Declaration of Independence~

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