Sep 9, 2020
Children are listening: they are listening when we talk about the Black Lives Matter movement when we think they are playing in the other room. They come to school and hear their friends talk about fear and death. So how do we begin these conversations with young children? How do we build classroom communities that feel safe and inclusive for children of all colors and backgrounds? Let's talk about it.
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