Not In Our Town Princeton


White Parents Should Talk to Their Kids About Discrimination by Jennifer Keys Adair

Adair, a professor of early childhood education, explains why white parents need to initiate conversations about race and racism with their children and gives an example from her own life.

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When white friends don’t believe what blacks go through

“When they deny my life experience, I know the friendship has its boundaries. . . . They have to believe, and be willing to learn.”   So says award-winning multimedia journalist, Mary C. Curtis, in a September 9, 2014 blogpost.  She describes…

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