Explaining Racism to My Child

We need to have the conversation because our children may learn about hate from other outlets.

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Children learn from their environment and by the example of the adults around them. We do the best we can in raising empathic and caring individuals, but external persuasions can also come into play when children are forming their opinions. The following…




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Victoria Gregg

Victoria Gregg

Author•Storyteller•Poet•Photographer•Thalassophile•Seeker•Nomad. She writes with vulnerability and strength because that's how she lives her life.

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