Free Teleseminar: How to be an Anti-Racist Parent

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

You don’t use racial slurs. You teach your child to treat everyone equally. You expose your family to diverse cultures.

That’s enough to make sure your children don’t grow up to be racists, right?

Not necessarily.

If you want to learn how to incorporate anti-racism into your parenting, join our free teleseminar happening next Wednesday, July 16, 2008:

How to be an Anti-Racist Parent:
What Every Parent Should Know — And Doesn’t

Joining me on this call is Liza Talusan, an educator, speaker, activist, and writer. Liza is a columnist for our blog Anti-Racist Parent, director of intercultural affairs at a small Catholic college in Massachusetts, wife to a Latino man, and mother to two multiracial daughters.

On this 60-minute call, you’ll learn:

  • Why avoiding conversations about race is the biggest mistake you can make
  • How you are sending hidden messages to your children about race without even realizing it
  • Why you should never proclaim to be colorblind
  • How to transform the simple act of watching television into a profound lesson about diversity

and much, much more.

No matter what your current situation is, I guarantee you’ll get at least one golden nugget of information during this never-before-offered call.

So, won’t you join us? Reserve your spot now!

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