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8 Insightful Suggestions on How to Talk to Black Children About Racism

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Don’t Be Afraid to Bring It Up
When we avoid talking about racism to our children, we are not doing it to protect them, we are doing it to protect ourselves by avoiding things that make us uncomfortable. Do not let your children’s first taste of racism happen in the streets. Racists/white supremacists are killing our children every day, so the idea that talking about racism will “hurt Black children” makes absolutely no sense when you consider the consequences of them not understanding it.

 

 

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Be Honest About Racism/White Supremacy
Never soften (or falsify) your discussions about racism/white supremacy with a lot of inane “color doesn’t matter” or “all people are the same” or “love is color-blind” or “some Blacks are racists, too” — or any of the confusing “politically correct” nonsense that means the speaker is not telling the truth about racism. The evidence speaks for itself. This requires the parent to have the best possible understanding of how racism/white supremacy works.

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6 thoughts on “8 Insightful Suggestions on How to Talk to Black Children About Racism

  1. Amazing how racism equals white supremacy. But I digress. I believe the term you are looking for is specism/human supremacy. Humans being Asian European Arabic/Middle Eastern Hispanic. And we all don't hate the subhuman black species any more than a grizzly bear in the woods. What we hate is living amongst murder monkies and rape apes.

  2. Wang Newton says:

    Black people are their own worst enemy.

  3. Robin Renee says:

    Now we know where all this racist shit is coming from. I teach my mixed granddaughter not to judge by the color of their skin, only their character. You should be ashamed of yourselves for printing such lies. Not like there are more black on black crime though eh?? Always got to blame whites for all the problems. This is wrong and you are wrong. You need to stop w/ the hate.

  4. Rob Coulstring says:

    Teach your children whatever you want, that's you're right, but there are bigger fish to fry than this. Like avoidance of gangs/street life, the need for education, and to stop bringing babies into this world when you are not ready to properly raise them. These things are much more likely to affect the quality of your life than the white supremacist boogeyman.

  5. "Never soften (or falsify) your discussions about racism/white supremacy with a lot of inane “color doesn’t matter” or “all people are the same” or “love is color-blind” or “some Blacks are racists, too” — or any of the confusing “politically correct” nonsense that means the speaker is not telling the truth about racism."

    So. Clearly A MOORE does not believe Blacks can be racist.
    In his own words, "the evidence speaks for itself"; And I'd say we found the racist. Chaplin KING must be SPINNING in his grave now. (Seriously, ¿did you PAY for this propaganda?)

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