How to Talk to Your Kids about Racism in a Post-Trayvon World
In her blog, the author explores strategies for parents of all races and ethnicities to talk to their children about racism and discrimination in the wake of shooting and killing of Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of George Zimmerman. Dr. Bryant-Davis suggests that when having conversations to prepare children for incidents of racism, among other things, parents need to be mindful of emotional and cognitive developmental differences. The author goes further to provide suggestions for important factors to keep in mind when having such conversations with children.
You can read this article on the Psychology Benefits Society Blog