If racism affects our children’s future, why are we afraid to talk about it?
April 03, 2021
When something makes us uncomfortable, we often avoid it. But race and racism remain a part of America’s fabric, often tearing us apart when talking about it could bring us together. We discuss those fears and share some critical lessons that Child Advocates teaches in its “Interrupting Racism for Children” workshops. You will hear powerful insight on how our history still impacts our present; how the workshops focus on change, not blame; and how bravely talking about racism can replace fear with hope for our children’s future.