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How to Teach Kids about Racism: A Guide on How To Educate your Child about Diversity & being Antiracist Paperback – Aug. 11 2020
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An educational book that seeks to educate younger audiences into being respectful towards diversity. How not to become a racist person in the future.
Are you searching for a book that could teach your children to become anti-racist? A book that can help you initiate having this kind of conversation with your younglings? Looking for a way to shape them into becoming a morally righteous and inclusive person? If these are most of the criteria you’re looking for in a book, then congratulations because you’ve just found it!
Written to be an easily understandable and child-friendly educational material, How To Teach Kids About Racism acts as a guide for parents on how they can teach their children not to end up growing to be a racist individual. And instead, help parents on how they can ensure that their children end up towards the right path, where they’ll grow up to be inclusive and empathetic members of human society.
The book, created to be suited for children under the age of 5 up to young 18-year-olds, has specific sections where the reader can find the lessons fit for their children’s age. The contents found in this book are primarily instructions and analogies that you can use to initiate and engage the conversation with your children.
This book will help:
- Facilitating respectful dialogue among cultures;
- Understanding that difference is positive;
- Learn that dialogue is always the key;
- Understand that racism is not beneficial to anybody.
It can be a complicated process for parents to secure their children, not growing up to be racist. Dealing and shaping the attitude of children can be grueling, so make things easier now by using this book!
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- ASIN : B08GFH86D3
- Publisher : Independently published (Aug. 11 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 110 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8674478270
- Item weight : 159 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 0.64 x 22.86 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #298,003 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #1,014 in History of Black & African American Discrimination & Racism
- #1,052 in Discrimination & Racism
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The book itself is FULL of typos, formatting issues and a mix between trying to sound professional, and like your friend at the same time: it’s jarring a little.
I wouldn’t recommend; find another book (review from a POC parent).