This chapter provides some tips for talking about race, which can be an uncomfortable subject for many people. There is no one "right" way to talk about race, but these resources will give additional advice for having difficult conversations about race and racism.
Parents often wonder if -- and how -- they should talk about race with their children. The resources below discuss strategies for introducing conversations about race and racism in age-appropriate ways.
In this chapter, Oluo describes a conversation with her mother about race. She tells the same story here in a video from PBS NewsHour.
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