The Ultimate Guide To Think About Anti-Racism And Social Justice
Narrator Andrew Morantz
Publisher: Danielle S.Neumann
Before your child can pronounce the words "white" or "black," referring to the color of the skin, make sure he sees enough people from different ethnic backgrounds. If you do not live in an area where there is racial diversity, read children's books that deal with people of different races. It will help your child understand that a normal environment includes people of different skin colors. At this age, although children clearly identify themselves and others as males or females, they still do not do so by race. They are still not able to categorize it this way. A child who notices a difference in the color of the skin does not understand the difference between one race and another. If your child talks about a person's color, first find out what he says that and why. It may refer to the color of the sweater that the Lord wears and not the color of his skin. When your child makes a comment that is clearly about the color of the skin, don't make a scene. Whatever the context, it will not yet have an emotional or social meaning. He just says what he sees. Although it is good to talk openly about differences, avoid putting too much emphasis on races. Pre-school children are too young to process the intricacies of racial problems. Let the subject come out naturally and keep the conversation on a simple level. Watch what you say. In this book we will cover:Book must contain the following topics among others:Making sense of the world (brief American History until recent events of kneeling protest and black lives matter)Who am I? (Identity, Ethnicity)Psychological understanding of prejudice see Piaget (with experiments with children)What is RacismWhat is anti-racism?What is Social Justice?Kids reaction to diversity And much more!!
Duration: about 2 hours (02:19:24) Publishing date: 2020-09-19; Unabridged; Copyright Year: — Copyright Statment: —