Your child’s brain is hardwired to categorize things — so they’re going to notice and ask about differences. The question is: how should you respond? Join early childhood experts Rachel Robertson and Melanie Brooks to find out how to explore race with your child in a sensitive, positive manner. Plus, learn how to use play, books, images, and experiences to integrate important conversations on diversity, inclusion, and equity into your child’s everyday life.
Resources: How to Talk to Children About Race
- What will it take to raise truly anti-racist children? Watch our hour-long webinar, “Raising Anti-Racist Children: What to Say and Do” to hear from our early education and diversity experts.
- Looking for a list of books that help teach diversity? Take a look through our Growing Readers compilations from our Bright Horizons early education team.
- If you’re an educator, take a look at what our expert panelists had to say in our virtual conference, “A National Conversation About Race in Early Childhood Leadership.”