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There is a myth in popular culture that children are  “colorblind” or don’t notice race.  This leads many parents, families, and educators to avoid discussing race and racism with young children or to be unsure how best to do so.  In this presentation, Dr. Erin Winkler will review the current research on children’s understanding of race, including how ideas about race form, what children learn and when, why we see changes at various ages, why all of this matters, and how parents, families, and educator can help children understand racial identity, racism, and racial inequities in age-appropriate ways that empower the young children in their lives.

Saturday, November 6, 10:30 am via Zoom

You will recieve a link to access the presentation to your email inbox before the presentation.