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Using Books to Engage Young Children in Talk about Race & Justice

Using Books to Engage Young Children in Talk about Race & Justice

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Using Books to Engage Young Children in Talk about Race & Justice

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If we are serious about raising inclusive, empathetic children who are able to think critically and compassionately about race and racial justice, the conversations have to start early. Our guests Aija Simmons, Sara Rizik-Baer, and Savitha Moorthy describe Mirrors, Windows, and Glass Doors*, a community-focused effort from Tandem, Partners in Early Learning that uses children’s books as a departure point for expanding the capacity of families with children under 5 to engage in critical conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

Join us for this conversation, in which our guests will pull back the curtain on the project as it gets off the ground - the factors that led to its creation, how it continues to evolve, the questions the working group is actively grappling with, and what they hope to accomplish.

Register to join this latest Talking Race & Kids conversation. As always we welcome your questions and comments!

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