Talking to children after racial incidents

By July 25, 2016Uncategorized

Parents have a natural instinct to teach and protect their children. Do we try to explain the strife our child sees on television? Or should we try to shield her from such “grown up” problems? In this recent interview, Dr. Howard Stevenson, of the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education, shares with parents resources to assist them in talking with their children about these difficult events. To read Dr. Howard Stevenson’s interview, click here.

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