Teaching Responsibility & Values

How can you raise a responsible kid? Here's what you need to know about family values, volunteering, money and time management, and more.

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The White Parent's Guide to Raising Anti-Racist Kids

How you engage your children in talks around race can make all the difference in their inclusiveness of others. These are the best ways white parents can lead impactful and meaningful conversations with their kids to dismantle racism.
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Speaking to My Black Daughter About the Black Lives Matter Protests, I Realize How Much She Already Understood

As a mom to four Black kids, the discussion of race and racism happens often in our home. But when I decided to speak to my kids about George Floyd's death, my 13-year-old daughter took me by surprise by how much she had to say.
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4 Little Things You Can Do to be Anti-Racist as a Family

Committing to be anti-racist is an ongoing mission and not a trend to follow in the moment. Here are ways to come together as a family and be vocal about social injustices.
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The Many Ways White Parents Benefit From White Privilege—and How That Can Change

Part of being a good white ally—beyond sharing an anti-racist article on social media, educating yourself, and donating—is understanding there are ways racism shows up in your own life that you might not yet realize.
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11 Black Charities to Donate Money to as a Family

The killing of George Floyd has sparked a global cry against police brutality and movement to address unequal justice. Here are 11 places to donate this week to support anti-racist efforts and protests against police brutality.
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7-Year-Old Long Island Girl Makes Powerful Chant with Protestors in Viral Video

Wynta-Amor Rogers went viral when her mom posted a video of the 7-year-old chanting during a protest