How to Talk to White Kids about Racism (without the guilt) Trish Allison Author
Shop on Barnes & Noble


Racial equality has (rightly) become a hotly-debated subject. If parents can raise an entire generation with a more accurate understanding of the importance of all races, we can really move the racial-justice needle in a lot of areas.  But we can't move the needle by sugarcoating what we tell our kids; they need the truth. That said, this book is not about teaching kids to see the world as whites vs. everyone else. It has nothing to do with creating a division between white kids and non-white kids, or making white kids feel badly about their own lives.  Instead, the goal is to teach all kids about basic fairness by cultivating a supportive home environment where everyone has a chance to succeed. We understand that this lesson goes both ways. All children need to learn about fairness, not just white kids. This thoroughly-researched guidebook offers the most current race-conscious parenting advice. Learn about:- Practicing race-conscious vs. color-blind parenting- Explaining racial physical differences- Discussing racial stereotypes and bias- Teaching when, why, and how to be an ally- Creating an anti-racist environment at home  The best part? Economy of words. Instead of long-winded theoretical verbiage, Modern Parent Guidebooks strive to help parents find pertinent step-by-step instructions (with examples!) quickly.


Barnes & Noble

Cash back powered by Rakuten


You may also like