We need to talk to our kids about racism.
To fight racism effectively, we need to tap into the power of optimism. Not the “everything will be okay” type of optimism, but the type of optimism that will keep us believing in a better future and fighting to create real change. We also need to engage our courage Superpower to have the tough conversations, again and again. Life is Good Kids Foundation Chief Playmaker and Clinical Social Worker Steve Gross shares his thoughts and anecdotes that help when talking to kids about racial injustice and violence against Black people.
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