What gives you hope?
How will my multiracial kids identify, and why do I care so much?
Something was missing from our family conversations. We have talked with our kids about racism as something other people are guilty of perpetuating ... We’d like to think it’s just those few bad apples. But it’s not just them; it’s us, too.
In case you missed them, Talking Race & Kids 2021 conversations in short video clips
Six mini-courses designed to explore the race and kids questions we get asked most. Each will take you 30 minutes to go through.
Children's books are an opportunity for family conversations, not an end unto themselves.
So often, I hear White parents say they don’t name race or racism with their White children because they want to preserve their innocence. Tragically, what they are actually preserving through their silence is White supremacy.
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