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ACA in the News: Talking to Children about Racism

Sep 15, 2014
Cirecie West-Olatunji, past president of ACA, offered her advice to The Stir about how to talk to children about race topics.
She says, “Children are not aware of racial differences and political meaning and social status associated with those differences until about kindergarten. Once they do become aware of the socially embedded beliefs about racial differences, it is important that we help to make meaning within our own familial contexts."

Read the full article here.

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ACA in the News: Talking to Children about Racism

by User Not Found | Sep 15, 2014
Cirecie West-Olatunji, past president of ACA, offered her advice to The Stir about how to talk to children about race topics.
She says, “Children are not aware of racial differences and political meaning and social status associated with those differences until about kindergarten. Once they do become aware of the socially embedded beliefs about racial differences, it is important that we help to make meaning within our own familial contexts."

Read the full article here.