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White parents, here’s how to start talking to your children about race

Pt. 2: Raising Social Justice Warriors

If you are a white parent, you may have read our previous article about the importance of talking about race with your children. If not, read these articles first, then come back to this article.

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that conversations with my child about race are an immense opportunity to fulfill my most vital responsibilities as his parent.

These conversations allow me to deepen my own learning and become a better activist and better parent. To connect with him over important, complex, and difficult topics, and to help give meaning to his world. To hear his perspective, and to have an open exchange. To illuminate his path toward making a difference. To raise him to become a person I can feel incredibly proud and confident sending out into the world.

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