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JULY 2018

Hi friends!

Welcome to your community of support for raising kids who are thoughtful, informed and brave about race. It’s been a minute! Behind the scenes, we’ve been busy trying to grow our capacity and our offerings at EmbraceRace to meet the considerable demands of this moment and of this work more broadly. (More on *that* in the months ahead!)

We include this picture of Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther!) and Congresswoman Maxine Waters (speaking out despite considerable efforts to shut her up) meeting at Los Angeles City Hall for the #FamiliesBelongTogether protest this week because it made us happy. It's a good reminder for us and for kids that there are many, many superheroes among us; they come in all ages, colors, shape and sizes. We know that countering racialized injustice is a big time challenge. It's good to be reminded that the strength and love we see and feel and need to meet that challenge are all around us. 

Read on to catch up on this month in EmbraceRace and to get our top race and kids tidbits from around the web. We're also highlighting additional ways for you to plug into this community. Onward and upward!

Andrew & Melissa
hugs@embracerace.org

Register now to join the next installment on July 24th at 5:30 pm PT/8:30 pm ET


We had a great conversation with Professor Daren Graves and many of you last week on Talking Race & Kids. The session was called: Nurturing Excellence at School: A Racial Identity Based Approach. Find the video and resources from that conversation and other conversations at the Talking Race & Kids archives

On July 24th, we're excited to host Parenting for Equity in St. Louis After #Ferguson. Come on by - and, if you can't, register anyway and we'll send you a link to the recording later.
Fresh Pickin's from EmbraceRace


Ask EmbraceRace VIDEO: How do I protect my child from anti-Muslim hostility when it is so normalized and institutionalized? Therapist Sapna Chopra responds.

Creating our family story
by Rosa Walker for the EmbraceRace blog

5 tips for organizing parents to fight for racial equity at Their Children's Schools
By Laura Wilson Phelan and Sangeeta Prasad of Kindred in EmbraceRace TipSheets

Share your race and raising kids questions

Thank you to those of you who answered our call and sent in your questions about race and raising kids for our new video feature, Ask EmbraceRace. We can't answer every question, but will do our best to answer the ones many of us are asking. Please continue to submit your questions here

 
The Web's Best on Race & Kids

VIDEO: Child Psychologist breaks down the trauma of family separation 
by ABC News


For Latinx-American Kids, Fear of La Migra Has Always Existed
by Ella Ceron for Teen Vogue


"These Books Can Help": Reading to Kids About Immigration and Refugees
by Jen Gann for The Cut

The Muslim ban expands the cruel practice of family separation
                       by Rachel Brown and Georgia Travers for WaPo

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