EmbraceRace

Upcoming Webinar

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Let's talk about racial socialization – what it is and its implications for raising anti-racist young kids (0 to 8) of all colors. We're joined by an early childhood expert who will discuss four common racial socialization strategies and discuss which are effective and when. We'll talk to her about how early childhood teachers can be allies and anti-racists in their work. We'll also be joined by two parents who will share their experiences intentionally socializing their young children around race. As usual, we’ll reserve time for your questions and comments!

Keeley Bibins

Keeley Bibins is a passionate advocate for children. Professionally, she is an educator that began her career as an Inclusion Pre-K teacher in a predominately African American, Title I school. Keeley is currently an Educational Facilitator for the Buffett Early Childhood Institute where she provides on-site support, through professional development and coaching, to elementary school leaders and teachers Pre-K though 3rd grade. She is the proud mother of three young black men aged 20 and 7 - two of the three young men being a set of bi-racial twins.
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Ben Heath

Ben Heath is the proud father of two Asian-White children, one of which has Autism. Raising biracial children has opened his eyes to the realities of racial struggle in today's world. He is passionate about advocating for fair treatment for members of all races and those with special needs. He is actively learning about the best way to explain race to his children as well as having open conversations with them about their race.
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Dalhia Lloyd

Dalhia Lloyd has been dedicated to ensuring that early childhood systems and practices support young diverse learner's optimal development and learning for 20 years. She is the family and community program specialist for the Buffett Early Childhood Institute, where she provides coaching and support to school-based family facilitators. Her research interest includes racial socialization, implicit bias in early childhood, and sociocultural classroom interactions.
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