Talking to Kids About Racism and Violence

Talking to Kids About Racism and Violence
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Supporting children while navigating your own big emotions

Whether they see it on the news or in their own communities, kids across the United States are aware of the violent acts of racism that our country continues to confront. Many children of color have experienced such racism themselves, or seen it affect their loved ones. From police brutality against Black people to attacks on Asian American people during the coronavirus crisis, there’s a lot going on that can be scary and confusing for kids to deal with.

Talking to Kids About Racism and Violence

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