I'm in the middle of reading "I'm Chocolate, You're Vanilla" - a great book written by an African-American psychologist for parents and teachers of bi-racial or AA kids. Definitely an eye opener. Today it was recommended to read the following post and it is great - a good lesson for those of us who have never dealt with this kind of prejudice, but need to teach our kids how to 1) deal with prejudice of others or 2) learn how NOT to be that kid that practices racism, or something dangerously close to it in their child-like way.
Bigotry, Blindness, and Basketball
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