Having a race conversation with young kids is important, but it’s not too late for teens.
Over the past weeks, we’ve all heard of ways we can teach our kids about race young. We know that prevention is better than intervention, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to have important conversations with our teens. It can be tricky, but a few ideas can help you get started.
Sheryl Ellsworth and Emily McCormick shares three ways you can help teens understand social justice and equality. They share how you can teach through stories, and why derogatory terms are never okay.