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2020
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2020
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2020
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June 8, 2020
Black Joy Book List
No book could have saved George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, or the countless murdered Black Americans before them. We also know that, among the many injustices that laddered up to a society that tolerates those deaths, is a world where black children get to see themselves only in sad stories — tales of trauma, hardship, adversity and overcoming. We can change this.
No book could have saved George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, or the countless murdered Black Americans before them. We also know that, among the many injustices that laddered up to a society that tolerates those deaths, is a world where black children get to see themselves only in sad stories — tales of trauma, hardship, adversity and overcoming. We can change this.
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June 8, 2020
Talking to Kids About Racist Violence
This week, George Floyd will be buried in Houston. That means, as parents and caregivers, we now find ourselves in a position to help kids navigate something we’re struggling to process ourselves.
This week, George Floyd will be buried in Houston. That means, as parents and caregivers, we now find ourselves in a position to help kids navigate something we’re struggling to process ourselves.
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