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EmbraceRace

Mission

Start conversations with children of all races about racism

Vision

Raise a no racist generation

Key words

Racism, Classroom, Teacher, Upstander, Stereotypes, Teaching resources, Educators, Changemaker, Bias, Discrimination, Tolerance

About EmbraceRace

How to answer questions and discuss race with our children? How to prevent racist attitudes from forming?

One of the most effective ways to equip children to deal with racism is to help them recognize it before they are victims or commit a hurtful action.

EmbraceRace produces digital materials and shares videos of first-person stories about race.

The goal is to make sure the next generation grows up with a healthy awareness of race in a world free of stigma and stereotypes in the books they read, the video games they play, and the conversations they have.

Let’s curb racism and try to prevent racist attitudes from forming by starting young, and keeping the conversation going! It is never too early to start conversations with children about racism.

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