Talking With Kids About Racism
This three-part program is designed for all who are concerned about the impact of racism and/or white privilege on children. Talking about race and racism can be difficult — especially with children. But that does not mean people shouldn’t have these conversations. This three part discussion group addresses the impact of racism on children. It is designed to help white people discuss these issues with children in a meaningful and age-appropriate way. It includes resources, discussion, and role playing. This program is held in collaboration with St Mikes Civil Rights Alliance.
Free for people until 25. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. They ask for $75 from the general public and $60 from members to support this work.
Participants are expected to attend all three sessions unless granted permission in advance from the facilitators. If the workshop fills, priority will be given to those who can attend all sessions.
Registration is required, link below.