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Moving 'The Talk' to 'The Walk' for Black Children
In many homes across the country, “The Talk” is less often about the “birds and the bees” and more often about how we can help our Black, Brown and Indigenous children, in particular, be relatively safe from racial aggression, especially by police officers.

Our guests, both child psychologists who focus their work on Black families, invite us to shift our focus from WHAT to tell our children to keep them safe to HOW, more broadly, we should be talking and "walking" as a family about the racial world around us, including police aggression. Our answers to the HOW can make all the difference in our efforts to raise healthy Black children prepared for, and resourceful in the face of, any encounters they have with people including state authorities that don’t see their full humanity.

While our focus will be on Black family conversations, most of the information and insights shared will be relevant especially to Latinx and/or Native families as well.

Jul 2, 2020 08:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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