Talking with Kids about Race – A progressive workshop for parents, caregivers and educators

For Immediate Release: January 23, 2018
Media Contact: Katherine Jardine
(415) 557-4295; Katherine.Jardine@sfpl.org

 

Talking with Kids about Race
A progressive workshop for parents, caregivers and educators

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA This weekend, the Library continues the successful series of progressive programs that help parents, educators and caregivers talk to kids about race and power with an interactive workshop facilitated by Abundant Beginnings.  Participants will be given tools to discuss race, racism, inequity and injustice, and will practice concrete and developmentally supportive conversation starters about how to create environments for kids that nurture racial justice.

Free childcare and translation services are available with advanced registration.

talkingaboutraceAbundant Beginnings is a community education and empowerment initiative that re-imagines how communities can grow learners who think critically, live responsibly and create meaningful change.

Sponsored by Abundant BeginningsOur Family CoalitionSURJ SF – Showing Up for Racial JusticeSan Francisco Public LibrarySan Francisco Unified School DistrictSF Families UnionTeachers 4 Social JusticeSan Francisco Human Rights Commission.

Talking with Kids about Race: Nurturing Justice – Saturday, Jan. 27, 2 p.m., Main Library, Koret Auditorium