The Color-Brave Caregiver Framework is a blueprint for the important role we caregivers can play in raising children who are thoughtful, informed, and brave about race.
We have created a blueprint for the important role we caregivers can play in raising children who are thoughtful, informed, and brave about race. See our Color-Brave Caregiver Framework.
We come across this myth A LOT at EmbraceRace.
Why are (some) multiracial kids are often seen as part of the solution to our racial woes? How does that belief affect those kids and how might we respond as caregivers?
Don't believe it! Like other enduring myths about race, this one is a real block to understanding and acting in ways that promote racial justice.
A design hack we wish we'd thought of ... with pictures!
We give you the backstory of EmbraceRace and then dive into a conversation with developmental psychologist Tara Mandalaywala about what we know about whether and how babies and young children perceive racial differences.
Check out the 4 minute trailer to the upcoming EmbraceRace podcast!
When I was a kid, I saw my cultural identity represented in media on opposite ends of the spectrum: completely Americanized or completely Chinese.
We have studied how White parents approach anti-racism and color-brave caregiving - where they get stuck and what helps them feel more confident and effective. Here are our suggestions for White parents of White children.