“Talking to Children Authentically About Race and Racism” – Free Access to Recording of the Watch Party and Discussion

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Join Us for a Free Recording of the Watch Party & Discussion, held on July 7, 2020

PBS KIDS for Parents hosted this important conversation — featuring parents, educators and child development and trauma experts — about how you can talk with young children about racial injustice and violence against Black people. 

SCC-CAAEYC hosted this event to help early educators support families in discussions about race, racism and the national conversation about race and equity.

You may access this recorded version of the SCC-CAAEYC event held on 7/7/2020.

Click here to access “Talking to Children Authentically About Race and Racism.”

Click here to access the DISCUSSION with Chavonne Taylor, Trauma-Informed Care Educator and Dr. Ayanna E. Davis, LAUSD Principal.

Click here to access the Resource page.

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