Talking with Kids About Race: Nurturing Justice

A Workshop for Parents, Caregivers, and Educators of Children 2-10 years old
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Join us for an afternoon of discussion and learning about how to create environments for kids that nurture racial justice. We will practice concrete and developmentally supportive conversation starters, read-alouds, and games, as well as build community and learn from each other (and the kiddos)! For parents, caregivers, and educators of children 2-10 years old.

Childcare and translation services available with advanced registration.  Please register for attendance, childcare, and translation.

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

Talking With Kids About Race: Nurturing Justice is presented by SFPL with community partners:

Our Family Coalition
San Francisco Human Rights Commission
Showing up for Racial Justice (SURJ)
San Francisco Families Union
Abundant Beginnings 
San Francisco Unified School District

These cultural events are free and open to the public.

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