When is a good time to begin confronting racism and prejudices with my children? It's really important to me that I start with them early, but can it be possible that it is too early for them to even grasp what I am talking about? Really needing some advice on this.
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Bethany posted December 2, 2019This begins when your kids are little. Teaching your little one respect, boundaries, empathy, and social skills sets the base for friendship and diversity. Introduce your kids to as many different people as possible. Not saying they have to actually interact with strangers, but rather exposing your kids to diverse people and cultures so they know there are different
Heather posted December 2, 2019Socializing your kids is the best way to begin teaching them about diversity and friendship. In daycare or preschool your kids will be exposed to kids and families of other social economic and racial backgrounds. Encourage friendship, sharing, and set up play dates when you can! We go to free cultural museums when they have free days and read