A Kids Book About Racism
Research even shows that kids as young as three months-old are able to differentiate race (Yep, really!) And now, more than ever, many parents are asking themselves:
How can I start teaching my children about race?
What will they understand?
And what do I say that'll actually make sense?
A Kids Book About Racism, by Jelani Memory, equips parents with the words (literally) to have an open, honest, and age-appropriate discussion about racism with young kids. This book thoughtfully explains what racism is, the many ways it shows up in our lives, and how it makes people feel, in language little ones will understand. Jelani writes about skin color, his own experience being biracial, and why it's important to celebrate our differences.
This book is a great way to start the conversation about race, prompt curious kiddos to ask questions, and shape important beliefs and attitudes as they grow.
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