Overt racism is all over the news. Discrimination, sexism and abuse of power have become above the surface issues. Not so long ago, it was easier for some to believe that these issues were a thing of the past, but there is now too much incontrovertible evidence, for those who would deny its presence and impact. How do we raise our children to think about what they are seeing? How much does it impact them? Should we shield them from it? Join Dr. Sutherland to talk about what you can do, and to hear the perspectives of two families whose children grew up experiencing racism.
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