Price : Free LONDON Tamecia Allen-Warren
29-03-19 64 Hits


Mother, Founder, Designer, Evangelist



Tamecia Allen-Warren, born and raised in London England is the proud mother of three amazing children including Wynter-Tae her eldest. She is passionate about active parenting and teaching her children how to become well adjusted individuals in a world of ever increasing diversity and multiculturalism and has joined her daughter to create tools to encourage others to join her in raising their children “blind” to differences in colour, disability, culture etc.

Wynter-Tae Allen, a vibrant creative 6 year old and driving force behind the creation and development of the ColourBlind concept and is a constant source of ideas for products to promote self esteem & confidence with the use of fun educational tools.

https://colourblind.online/

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