We can raise an anti-racist generation. Children as young as four years-old can show signs of racial bias but they can also exhibit an understanding of fairness, or equity.

White parents have a unique opportunity to contribute to a more inclusive, just, and equitable society by talking to their children about racism early and often.

Research suggests that adults whose parents spoke with them about racism when they were children are more likely to speak with their own children about racism – resulting in inter-generational impact.

Together, we can raise an anti-racist generation and bend the 400-year-old trajectory of racism, creating a new reality around race for future generations.

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