Having conversations around race, racism, and social justice is very often hard for parents and caregivers. Yet, parents and caregivers are the most equipped to create spaces for healthy dialogue—today, children have access to news, commentary, and social media but lack the context that history provides.
This month I am celebrating Black History Month, in my annual Black History Month Series. We're kicking this series off with today's episode titled: Developmentally Appropriate Conversations about Race, Racism, and Social Justice.
In this episode, I am sharing a framework that parents and caregivers can use to begin discussing race, racism, and social justice with children and adolescents, in a developmentally appropriate way!
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