This has been an intense news week for all of us. I don’t discuss a lot politics on this blog, but the U.S. presidential election has brought out a lot of hatred. This spills over onto our children.
This week’s parenting meets race stories covers the grim reality but hope for our country. And a better future for our children. But we have to be willing to talk about race.
- Barbershop Cuts Prices For Kids Who Read Aloud During Appointment (Huffington Post)
- How to Talk to Kids About Race: Books and Resources That Can Help (Brightly) I’ve shared this one before but it’s worth sharing again
- An Open Letter to the Woman Who Told My Family to Go Back to China (New York Times)
- Video: #thisis2016: Asian Americans respond (New York Times) A video response to the above story
- ‘Only White People,’ Said the Little Girl (New York Times is killing it this week)
- How the Stress of Racism Affects Learning (The Atlantic)
- MixedRemixed.org is hosting an online mixed race and multiracial book club
- Study Finds Students Of All Races Prefer Teachers Of Color (NPR)
What parenting meets race stories have you read this week? Leave them in the comments.