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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 The latter is an unpublished piece that another parenting website found “too partisan” to publish back around the time of the 2004 election.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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Voting is a Family Affair

Note from Carmen: Brian originally submitted this post to me right around Election Day. I didn’t get a chance to post it until this week, but I still think it’s very relevant, especially with the continued intensive news coverage around … Continue reading

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by Anti-Racist Parent special correspondent Colin Bowden The blindfold of “colorblind” Pt.1 – Ethnically Incorrect Daughter “As I’ve mentioned many times before, my family practiced a kind of colorblindness when it came to me. I guess they figured if they … Continue reading

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Doesn’t this look like a family to you?

This post was originally published at Racialicious on June 8, 2006. by Carmen Van Kerckhove (First heard about this case on Blogging Baby.) Olivia Shelltrack and Fondrey Loving are facing eviction from the house they purchased in the St. Louis … Continue reading

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