Responding to "Invisible" Racism

Daily microaggressions can take a toll on our children over time. Here's how you can confront them.

Microaggressions can add up over time

Our society has gotten to the point where most people can agree that overt racism is wrong. Few would argue that segregation or using a racial slur is acceptable. But many more subtle forms of racism persist. Here’s how to combat them.


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