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Truths to Reckon With Before You Seek Out ‘Diverse’ Children’s Books

Fellow white parents, I’m talking to you

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Over the past week, I’ve heard from countless white parents like me who are ready to talk to their kids about racism. This suggests that many have been avoiding the discussion for far too long.

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Laurie Hahn Ganser

Laurie Hahn Ganser

Queen of the momselfie. Champion of the written word. Official member of the Sad Girls Club. Published by Huffington Post, Shakesville, and Herstry.

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