Parenting—the process of raising children—can bring endless joy, responsibility, and learning opportunities. All the clichés are true—it is the hardest job you’ll ever love—and yet none of them describes your unique experience or challenges as a parent. The challenge to be a “good” parent is a constant struggle between personal desires, community expectations, traditional gender roles, resource management, and the unique personalities of each member of the family. Everyone has an opinion on how to best raise a physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually healthy child, but the truth is there is no one right answer: it’s a lifelong process that we take on, one day at a time.


How to Model Anti-Racism for Children - A Parent's Guide on Race & Racism - PBS KIDS for Parents

Being anti-racist means talking about race and racism with the understanding that all the racial groups are equals. Dr. Renee Wilson-Simmons, Executive Director of the ACE Awareness Foundation, explains why standing up when racism happens is important.


How to resolve racially stressful situations - Howard C. Stevenson

If we hope to heal the racial tensions that threaten to tear the fabric of society apart, we're going to need the skills to openly express ourselves in racially stressful situations. Through racial literacy - the ability to read, recast and resolve these situations - psychologist Howard C.


Dr. Ibram X. Kendi on the Importance of Instilling Anti-Racist Values in Children | The View

The best-selling author and director of Boston University’s center for anti-racist research discusses his book “400 Souls” and reacts to the Capitol siege on Jan. 6.


Parenting in Support of Black Lives: How to Build a Just Future for Kids (and How Media Can Help)

Through 400 years of systemic oppression and racism, our nation has failed to protect and value Black children and families.


Family First with FOX43: Racism and discrimination impacts on mental health

The Black Lives Matter movement is one of the largest this country has ever seen. How can parents use it to talk to their children about racism in America?


Helping Children Deal with Emotions