How to Be an Antiracist Family

"How to become an antiracist family" will help you in this! Through the reading of this book you will have the opportunity to introduce to your family, step by step and in moderate doses, the theme of race difference.

How to Be an Antiracist Family

How to Be an Antiracist Family

Are you looking for a constructive way to talk about racism to your kids without being pedantic or corny? Then keep reading! Today we are surrounded by terrible episodes of social racism, from the school environment to politics. Social injustices have become too frequent to stand by: movements like "Black Lives Matter" are born from the desire to overturn an obsolete system. it has therefore become essential to raise one's children through healthy and correct values. You know, it is always difficult to talk to your family about important subjects without falling into banality and without having any support or example to help you. So how to deal with the issue of racism on a daily basis without being too repetitive with your children and giving the family moments of healthy discussion? "How to become an antiracist family" will help you in this! Through the reading of this book you will have the opportunity to introduce to your family, step by step and in moderate doses, the theme of race difference. It will undoubtedly be a way to reunite the family at various times of the day: during a meal, during the commute to school, before going to bed etc etc ... In the book you will find 25 short stories from everyday life, which deal with the themes of racism in various situations: racism at school, at home, with friends, at work, on the road, in history and much more. Each story contains an appreciable message from both adults and children, the purpose of each story is to convey a teaching that can be deepened all together in a conversation between parents and children. It is important to get your children in touch with this current topic as soon as possible, to grow in them the responsibility and awareness that in the world we are all different and that beauty lies precisely in this. So give yourself and your family a chance to grow together and live the experience this book can give you! Scroll to the top and click buy!

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