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Family Separation: It’s a Problem for U.S. Citizens, Too

Separating children from parents at the U.S. border rightfully prompted outrage.  Shaila Dewan points out that it happens daily in American law enforcement: incarcerating parents, incarcerating children, and transferring children from their homes into foster care.  Addressing the latter, Christopher…

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Unlocking the Potential of Parents to Fight for Racial Equity in Schools, May 29, 2018

UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF PARENTS TO FIGHT FOR RACIAL EQUITY IN SCHOOLS A conversation with leaders of the organization Kindred about their work mobilizing parents REGISTER TO JOIN this free, hour-long, online conversation happening this coming Tuesday, May 29th, at 8:30 pm ET For…

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Do (Some) White Parents Want Integrated Schools? April 24, 2018

A Talking Race & Kids online conversation with Courtney Everts Mykytyn & Mindy Wilson of Integrated Schools REGISTER TO JOIN this free, hour-long, online conversation with your EmbraceRace community, happening this coming Tuesday, April 24th, at 8:30 pm ET.  Why We Gather. School segregation might…

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The Heavy Burden of Teaching My Son About American Racism

  Jemar Tisby’s essay in The Atlantic, prompted by a visit with his 7-year-old son to the Emmett Till Museum in Glendora, Mississippi, describes the difficulties and the necessity of black parents’ talking to their children about the consequences of…

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Ted Radio Hour: The Consequences of Racism

The podcast includes four speakers: Clint Smith: How Should You Raise A Black Son In America? Miriam Zoila Pérez: How Does Racism Affect Pregnant Women And Babies? Dena Simmons: How Does Imposter Syndrome Affect Students Of Color? Adam Foss: Can…

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