Talking to Kids about Race and Ethnicity:

An American Psychological Association Blog Series 




Racism, racial bias and racial discrimination affect children, yielding disparities in educational experiences, discipline, developmental outcomes and overall health and well-being. Many parents wonder what to do in order to help their children to process negative experiences and to develop strong identities and resilience despite these experiences. The American Psychological Association has put together this resource for families. Here is a link to learn more about Talking to Kids about Race and Ethnicity.