Join this conversation about the particular experiences of multiracial kids at school - from the perspective of those kids and of the caregivers and teachers trying to support them. Educators and social justice movers Drs. Ralina Joseph and Allison Briscoe-Smith have been in community with many mixed-race kids and their caregivers and teachers, personally and professionally. They've listened to those experiences and collected them in their book, Generation Mixed Goes to School: Radically Listening to Multiracial Kids. They delve into "how the silencing and invisibility of their experiences often create a barrier for mixed-race kids to engage in nuanced conversations about race and identity in the classroom; and how teachers are finding powerful ways to make meaningful connections with their mixed-race students." They join us to share what they've heard and learned. We hope you do, too! As always, come with your questions and comments.