Who says mermaids are not brown? Talking to kids about race

by ParentCo. February 08, 2015

"Even very young kids are very concerned about fairness, so when issues of inequality arise, simply add, '…and in our family, we do not agree with that; this is not OK.'" "Who says mermaids are not brown? Talking to kids about race"


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