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In order for change to happen, we need to converse and have open dialogues about race and racism. Discussing race and racism can be challenging. Here are a few resources to help you navigate these conversations:

There are a number of organizations that are working hard to lead the efforts toward change, but they can’t do it alone.

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Amplify the voices around you. Use your voice and your platform to condemn racism, injustice, and all forms of prejudice. Use your voice to promote solidarity and compassion.

Here are some voices across the world.

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As children develop, we have a responsibility to nurture them and help them understand the complexities of race, injustice, and prejudice. These resources from the Center for Racial Justice in Education can help you talk through difficult conversations with children: