(Un) HIDDEN VOICES
(Un)Hidden Voices is an educational consultancy based in San Francisco, California. We contribute to the movement for Black lives by guiding educators, parents, and caregivers in conducting anti-racism work.
Founded by Dr. Aaminah Norris, (Un)Hidden Voices comes unapologetically from a Black woman’s perspective and is built upon both her lived and academic experience – as an education professor, mother of four, and Bay Area native.
We amplify Black voices, focus on Black students, and dismantle racism and patriarchy. Join us by bringing our curriculum to your teacher training, hiring Dr. Norris to coach your leadership, and subscribing to our podcast, blog, and other channels.
Become an Anti-Racist
Online Individual Coaching
Online Individual Coaching was designed to support your leadership in anti-racism and anti-sexism work. You will receive concrete tools and resources to help you reflect on your own practices, build community, and make plans to dismantle racism and sexism at school, at work, and in your everyday life.
“At the training I learned to identify my own biases and address them in order to eliminate them from my interactions with students, families, and community members.” – Teacher Contact Us
Online Intensive Workshop Series
This series is best for small groups of 10-20. Participants will learn how to name and frame racism and sexism. Interrogate their personal practices, policies, and systems in their places of work and/or school. Your team will walk away with a curated repository of content that reflects best practices and a commitment to anti-racism in your future work.
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HumanizEd Tech Online Course
HumanizEd Tech Online Course was designed for you to learn strategies for creating safe and brave online spaces. You will receive socially just tools and resources for your online group, webinar, workshops, and/or classes. After taking this course, you will know how to build a supportive engaging online learning space.
$25.00 to Enroll in online course
Elementary School Parent
“It was a place to be both leader and learner, confident and vulnerable. Dr. Norris is a wonderful professional who balanced the scholarly, the real, the hopes, and the challenges. She is a great listener and facilitator.” University Faculty Administrator
High School Principal
Dr. Norris engaged these adult-learners adeptly, incorporating rich, dynamic pedagogy and always utilizing key principles of adult learning theory. She infused passion throughout the sessions into her professional practice as a skilled educator
Elementary School Principal
I find the conversations with other parents and with Dr. Norris inspiring and meaningful. It has been powerful to gather as a community and discuss how we can impact change to be aware of implicit bias in our own lives and how to try to reach out to our communities to build stronger relationships with all families, not just ones with whom we would easily connect
Dr. Norris developed a framework that uses the concept of Cultural Humility as the basis for teaching, learning, and discourse on racial inequality and cultural identity that has proven highly effective in sustaining community engagement in difficult, and at times, painful work.