News and the topics we discuss in front of our children are major influences of their attitudes. Now is the time to address expected behaviors when school resumes in the fall.
Quarantining for COVID has given parents the best opportunity to teach diversity at home and to provide elementary, middle school, and high school students with Civics and history at home.
Discussing racism isn’t easy for African American parents, but it is what we do to equip our children to live in society.
Moreover, it is what all parents tell their children about African Americans that will determine if their peers will be using current events to bully, or to embrace our children compassionately when they return to the classroom.
Here is a link and a list of books to help approach this topic: