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In black families like mine, the race talk comes early and it’s painful. And it’s not optional.
Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. We are here to provide tools and guidance to empower your journey and inspire conversation.
America's Long Overdue Awakening to Systemic Racism
Two Thumbs Up: Movies and Documentaries to Use (and Avoid) When Teaching Civil Rights
American Racism: We’ve Got So Far to Go:
Opinion: In Milwaukee's racial climate, there is a problem behind the problem that creates anarchy, chaos and division
'I live in this neighborhood': A Milwaukee registered nurse put out a fire set by looters at Walgreens
Locals take a knee in peaceful protest ( Cedarburg)
In the Face of Riots, Practice Empathy
Rosewood Massacre 1923
Tulsa Race Riots (Tulsa Race Riots) 1922
Being Black in America with Reggie Jackson and Jarrett Adams – WIPPS Two Bald Guys
What if…..White People Took Responsibility for Our Role in this Moment?
Life of an African American Policeman
For Our White Friends Desiring to Be Allies
What White People Can Do for Racial Justice
Article - Talking to Children About George Floyd - Child Mind Institute
Article - How to Talk to Kids About Race and Racism - Parent Toolkit
Article - How to Talk to Kids About Race and Racial Violence - Common Sense Media
Article - Talking to Children About Race - National Geographic