Conversations about race and race relations in the US still are often framed in terms of how “White vs. Black” or “White vs. non-White” people interact and experience the world. But children growing up in our multicultural democracy increasingly interact across many different racial and ethnic lines. When relationships among communities of color do draw attention, the focus is typically on the tensions among them. Which is important, but far from the whole picture.
Let’s flip the script.
Join us for this conversation about how to cultivate friendships and solidarity among children of color from an early age. In an earlier conversation, we focus on the unique role of parents and caregivers. For this second conversation, we will focus on the role of educators in the classroom