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How to Talk to Kids About Race & Ethnicity

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Kids start to notice race as early as 3 months old, but according to Sesame Workshop (the experts behind Sesame Street) a majority of parents aren’t talking to them about it. There are a few possible explanations for this: many parents underestimate how early their kids are able to perceive racial differences, while others believe that the topic is just taboo for family discussions. Whatever the reason behind…

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At maro, we help parents navigate tough growing-up conversations about mental health and puberty with their kids.

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