Teaching your kids about Martin Luther King Jr.
Talking to kids about race
They know Martin Luther King Jr. was a famous civil rights leader, but do your curious kids want to know more? Impress your kids with these fun facts, plus tips for talking to your kids about race:
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Talking to kids about racism: 5 pointers for approaching this delicate topic with your kids.
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