Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs

Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs is a Trinidadian-American activist, organizer, artist and mom of two. She is a leading voice on parenting anti-racist children and writes often about raising multiracial children in today's America. She has been published by Fashionista, CafeMom, and elsewhere, and consulted on the book, Little Activists, with Penguin. Tabitha currently serves as the Deputy Executive Director of Program at Women's March, and helped spearhead the inaugural march on Washington. She is also the co-founder of Youth Empower, the youth arm of Women's March. She co-led the one-day strike, A Day Without A Woman. Tabitha is the co-founder of Tabii Just and LIVARI, platforms that celebrate ethical fashion, art, and activism. She has held talks about the intersection of art and activism at several educational institutions including the Fashion Institute of Technology, St. Francis College, Gettysburg College, George Washington University and DePauw University. Tabitha has also been a panelist about the topic of sustainable fashion and/or activism and parenting at Yale University, the Sustainable Textile Summit, NY & NJ Minority Supplier Development Council Sustainability Summit, the Women's Convention, Go Green Convention and more. Together with 24 other Women's March organizers, Tabitha was recognized as one of Glamour Magazine’s 2017 Women of the Year. She was also recognized as one of 200 Women Who Will Change The Way You See The World, a book and exhibit project. She lives in Brooklyn with her two children, partner and no pets.

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