Breaking the Racial Sound Barrier

In a society that considers "color-blindness" a noble attitude, parents may worry about talking about racial bias, or even mentioning it. But we must talk, and talk in a way that encourages our child to open up, too.

How to talk about racial bias with your kids.

In a society that considers “color-blindness” a noble attitude, parents may worry about talking about racism, but we must do it. Here’s how.

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