R.A.D.A. It Takes A Village: Talking to Kids About Race

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18 to 99
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How can Parents, Caregivers, Teachers and Mentors address issues around race and racism in a way that can be beneficial to a child's growth and development while affirming and validating their self perception?

Is it possible to promote and raise anti-racist children who is confident and self aware of their relationships and who can flourish in inclusive environments?

Come join R.A.D.A. in an interactive workshop that will encourage adults to explore their own messages about race and discuss strategies to engage children in meaningful dialogue around race.

R.A.D.A. stands for Read. Awareness. Dialogue and Action. Reading for social consciousness, to exchange ideas and promote discussion through books and community sharing.” 

--No registration is required. Space limited to 30.


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