Resources to help you talk about racism with your kids

Written by: Laura Baginski

Talking to your kids about racism

It may not be easy to talk to your kids about the realities of racism, but it's a critical part of making positive change in our city and our country, and helping your child develop into a thoughtful, aware and kind adult.

Here are some resources to help parents facilitate these conversations. We'll keep adding more as we find them. If you have resources to add to this list, email laura@npnparents.org. And add your voice to the lively discussions happening right now on our forum about racism and current events. 

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Posted on June 04, 2020 at 12:14 PM