EventsVirtual/Call In: Conversations - How to Talk to Kids About Race

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Virtual/Call In: Conversations - How to Talk to Kids About Race

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Online Library

Description

A unique opportunity to connect with people you may not otherwise have a chance to meet. Conversations is a place for people with different views to talk about equity, diversity and inclusion issues in a safe, brave and nonjudgmental environment. Let’s talk and move forward together.

At a time when racial insensitivity seems to permeate everything from politics to playgroups, engaging our kids constructively on race is crucially important. It's also easier said than done. 

How do you approach conversations with your kids about race, culture, equity and inclusion in a way they will understand?

Meet with consultant, educator and librarian, Janet R. Damon, who will share her insights on talking about race with kids.

Save your spot for this Zoom program. Log-in instructions will be emailed out approximately 30 minutes before the start of the program.

For your security, please do not include your last name or only use your last initial when you register. If you are 13 years old or younger, please be sure you have a guardian’s permission to participate in this online program. Call 1-669-254-5252 or 646-828-7666 to join by phone. Meeting ID: 160 753 7615 and Password: 052188.

Suitable for:
Teens
Adults
Type:
Workshops & Discussion Groups
Call In/Livestream
Language:
English

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