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How to Talk to Kids About Race

Children start receiving explicit and implicit messages about the meaning of race from birth and begin to show pro-white/anti-Black bias by age three. To counter anti-Black bias and racism, experts recommend naming and taking action against racism with kids as early and as often as possible. Because Before your child can talk, they are already learning about the world, and about race, through your actions. Having open conversations with children about race creates opportunities to provide them with accurate information so that when they see stereotypes or hear misinformation, they have their own foundation of factual knowledge and understanding from which to draw

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