Raising a Child of Color in America — While White

There's more to raising a child of color than attending culture camp every summer. You need to be prepared to discuss — and counter — racism and injustice wherever you see it.

A white mother raising a child of color

Our country is far from a “post-racial” society, as this last year has demonstrated. How can you ensure that your child will grow up feeling safe, secure in his identity, and close to your family? Commit to calling out racism and fighting injustice wherever you see it.

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