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Talking Race & Kids: Building meaningful, healthy relationships among children of color
Please join us for the second installment in our four-part webinar series on resolving tensions and promoting solidarity among communities of color and among children of color, in particular.
In the first part of our series, SooJin Pate and Margo Okazawa-Rey offered their illuminating perspectives on the roots of the tensions, noting the persistence of "divide-and-conquer" strategies, the role of media in normalizing racial stereotypes and misconceptions, and more. We also lifted up inspiring examples of solidarity among communities of color.
In this second webinar, we take a deeper dive into how one community goes about forging meaningful relationships among families and especially children of color. Drawing on the experiences and work of Families of Color-Seattle (FOCS), we'll talk about specific ways in which young people of color are currently showing solidarity with each other, about the "critical consciousness" that fuels such solidarity, and about specific ways parents andView more