For Our Children – Issue No. 1

Hold the Line Magazine’s inaugural issue. Over 100 pages of honest, helpful content for parents who care about social justice. Complicated subjects like the dangers of ignoring race and the unique challenges of raising children of color are brought out into the open in hopes of creating tangible change in the way families interact with each other.

The magazine also features clickable links throughout, so you can reach authors, artisans, and peruse our book guide.

You can purchase a 1-year subscription for $35, using the Subscription link in the Shop menu.

Read more below.

(Price does not include applicable tax.)

Please be respectful of our grassroots mission and don’t share your download with others. If you enjoy Hold the Line, encourage your friends to buy their own copy.

Please reach out if you have any problems with your download.

Particularly if you are using Safari on an iPad or iPhone, make sure your downloaded PDF is saved before navigating to a new window. If for some reason you can’t find your download and have used the allotted number, please email bellamy@htlmagazine.com. I will respond as quickly as I can to fix the issue.

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$10.00

The first issue of Hold the Line is here! This issue focuses on the challenges of race and racism in relation to raising children. For some parents, it’s the burden of truths for their children of color, for others it’s the responsibility to teach their white children to fight against inequality.  For all of us, this issue is the opportunity to express our concerns and create a plan of action as we parent the next generation of leaders and activists.

Inside Hold the Line, you’ll find articles, essays, interviews, frank calls-to-action, and practical methods for wading through messy conversations.

You can purchase a 1-year subscription for $35, using the Subscription link in the Shop menu.

Issue No. 1: For Our Children:

  • 110 pages
  • Convenient downloadable PDF
  • Vibrant photography and graphics
  • Includes resource links and clickable buying guide
  • 10% of profits donated to motherhealth.org

Your purchase includes 2 opportunities to download (so you can download to two different devices). Your downloads are not transferable and may not be shared with anyone else. All content is protected by copyright and may not be reproduced without permission from Hold the Line.

Please be respectful of our grassroots mission and don’t share your download with others (not including those purchased as gifts). If you enjoy Hold the Line, encourage your friends to buy their own copy.

Please reach out if you have any problems with your download.

All Right Reserved.

 “Inequality and divisiveness are so ingrained in our society that often, even as we are professing our liberal beliefs and making posts against injustices, our daily lives are clear examples of perpetuating racism and prejudice.” Editor, Bellamy Shoffner, says about the motivation behind Hold the Line. “As parents, we have this precious opportunity to educate ourselves and share progressive knowledge with our children so they can grow up and change the world head-on.”

An international collective of more than two dozen writers and artists, representing diverse backgrounds, contributed to the inaugural issue of Hold the Line. Bringing with them sensitive topics that are normally held within the confines of close social circles. Complicated subjects like the dangers of ignoring race and the unique challenges of raising children of color are brought out into the open in hopes of creating tangible change in the way families interact with each other.

Please be respectful of our grassroots mission and don’t share your download with others (not including those purchased as gifts). If you enjoy Hold the Line, encourage your friends to buy their own copy.

Please reach out if you have any problems with your download.

*If you are using an iPad or iPhone, make sure your downloaded PDF is saved to iBooks before navigating to a new window. If for some reason you can’t find your download and have used the allotted number, please email bellamy@htlmagazine.com. I will respond as quickly as I can and reset your download limit.