Talking To Children About Race: Your guide for raising anti-racist kids


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“It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken men and women. This book provides an incredible opportunity for parents and guardians to start important conversations early on.” – Guvna B, rapper, author and broadcaster

Do you want to raise anti-racist children? Do you long to learn but are too scared of saying or doing the wrong thing? Before we start talking to our children, we must start chatting honestly with one another.

Broadcaster Loretta Andrews and the educator Ruth Hill had been friends for years before the shocking death of George Floyd made it impossible not to dig deeper into the topic of race and how to explain racism to their children.

This book invites you into the dialogue to better equip you to bring up anti-racist children.

SPCK Publishing, 176 pages, ISBN-13:‎ 978-0281086825

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