Monthly Archives: April 2008

Quick FYI

by Carmen Van Kerckhove Yes, this blog is still alive. I’ve just been really sick for the past couple weeks and have fallen far behind. Bear with me, we’ll get back to our usual schedule soon. Thanks. Tweet

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Teaching diversity in a diversity-free zone

by Anti-Racist Parent columnist Tami Winfrey Harris I miss the city sometimes. It occurs to me that my family and I have traded something important to get a suburban one-acre lot with a fenced in backyard, a quiet, tree-lined street, … Continue reading

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Gratuitous Cute Kid Pic!

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another gratuitous cute kid pic! Anti-Racist Parent Jeff writes: “My daughter posing with a garden snail we came across at a friend’s house during our January 2006 trip to Malawi to visit my … Continue reading

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You Are Not Safe Mi’ja: Subway Lessons for My Pre-Teen Daughter of Color

by Anti-Racist Parent columnist Maegan “la Mala” Ortiz I live along what is arguably the most diverse subway line, in the most diverse borough, of the most diverse city. This has provided me with more teaching moments than I would … Continue reading

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Dating: The Next Generation

by Anti-Racist Parent Columnist Jae Ran Kim A few months ago my family reached a new milestone in our lives as a multi-racial family. My 14 year-old daughter has her first “boyfriend.” I have to admit that I have long … Continue reading

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Gratuitous cute kid pic!

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another gratuitous cute kid pic! Anti-Racist Parent Cinds writes: “The cutest 18 month old Ethiopian triplet boys (Tsega, Bereket, and Sira) in the world have a hard time sitting still for a Christmas … Continue reading

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The Children Are Watching

Below is a double entry of sorts. The first is a slightly revised recent blog entry. The latter is an unpublished piece that another parenting website found “too partisan” to publish back around the time of the 2004 election. It’s … Continue reading

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