5 Ways to Talk with Your Child About Racism

Even though talking about racism makes most people uncomfortable, parents of transracially adopted children must address it before children experience it. Here's where to begin.

Talking About Racism with Your Child: 5 Tips

Talking about racism makes most of us uncomfortable. Still, parents of transracially adopted children should resist the urge not to talk. Here’s how.


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