Yes, We Can Talk to Children about Race and Racism!
The Follen Responds to Racism team (firstname.lastname@example.org) urges parents, grandparents, educators, and all others invested in raising a generation that understands the impact of racism on themselves and their communities to take in one or both:
The Necessity of Talking about Race and Racism at Home
Monday, January 20, 8:30–10:30am, Grace Chapel, 59 Worthen Rd., LexingtonPanel and community conversation sponsored by the Town of Lexington Human Rights Committee. Refreshments. Free. LHS service hours available; contact email@example.com with “MLK Service Hours” in subject line.
ABCs of Racism: Starting the Conversation about Race and Racism with Kids
Tuesday, January 28, 7–9pm. Winchester Unitarian Society, Metcalf Hall
A thought-provoking and interactive workshop presented by racial justice educators Wee the People and geared toward educators and parents. Sponsored by the Network for Social Justice and Town of Winchester. Free.
You can also revisit “Talking to Children About Race,”
a blog from Director of Religious Education Beryl Aschenberg.