How to Talk to Kids About Race

How into Talk into Kids About Race

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Imagine a diverse community where individuals embrace their commonalities while respecting and observing each others’ differences. This eyesight is possible after we could speak openly about race together with our loved ones members and friends. In Episode 156 of those Edit Your Life podcast, Christine interviews Amber Coleman-Mortley, Director of Social Engagement in iCivics, Inc. , about how to discuss race with children. In this engaging, sensible dialog, Amber shares two useful analogies that illuminate the notions of morals and cultural influences, demonstrates the way to ask questions predicated on compassion and respect, and stocks how easy it is to cultivate cross-cultural curiosity… the basis of a more equitable school, neighborhood, and nation.

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