Have you been talking to your kids and students about race and racism?
Recently, I had the privilege of sitting down with Keia Jones-Baldwin from @raisingcultures. Keia is a licensed clinical mental health counselor, a mom of four, and a foster parent. With a multi-racial family, Keia shared valuable insights on how to approach this important topic from her experience as a Black woman raising children, including kids who are Black, mixed race, and white.
Initiating discussions about race at an early age helps children develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for diversity. These conversations promote empathy, compassion, and inclusivity, fostering a generation that values equality.
Click here to watch the full interview with Keia Jones-Baldwin. Gain valuable insights, practical tips, and a better understanding of the significance of talking to your kids about race. While you're there, don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more social justice content!
It's our responsibility to equip our children with the tools they need to navigate our diverse world. Talking to your kids about race is not just important - it's a fundamental step towards raising empathetic young people. Watch the interview to learn from Keia's valuable insights now!