In this inaugural edition of Reflections on Children's Racial Learning, we chronicle the emergence of a field of learning and practice centered on children’s racial learning, with dispatches and essays from leaders in parenting practice, education, children's media, the health field and social science research.
At EmbraceRace, we're working hard to develop and point to resources, community spaces and opportunities that will support all caregivers wanting to raise color brave kids. How're we doing that? Check in here for updates about EmbraceRace programs, community happenings and media coverage.
EmbraceRace’s Andrew Grant-Thomas will be speaking in-person on October 15th at the Literacy & Justice For All Symposium on a panel titled “Books have never been enough: Reading for racial justice," happening in Oakland, CA. He will be joined by the fantastic folks from Tandem, Partners in Early Learning.
EmbraceRace was founded in early 2016 by two co-parents. From the start, the EmbraceRace community has been supported by a wonderful national advisory group and a dedicated team of consultants and contributors. And as of 2021, we are delighted to have a growing (small but mighty!) staff as well.
EmbraceRace is your community of support for raising kids (of all colors) who are inclusive, thoughtful and brave about race. Participate and learn with this community today!