by Jacqui James
Racism cannot survive where difference and diversity are affirmed, welcomed, honored, and celebrated. Helping our children deal with diversity is the foundation of an anti-racist upbringing. Diversity training begins in the family. There are simple, gentle steps you can take to guide your children toward tolerance and acceptance and steer them away from bias and bigotry. These may be the most important steps you take in your family toward ending racism.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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