Thursday, March 3 | 11:20 a.m. to 12:20 p.m | Zoom Link provided upon registration
Facilitated by: Dr. Faye Allard, associate professor of Social Science and Head, Department of Social Sciences
This highly interactive, data driven session will examine when children become cognizant of race, how they develop their own racial identity and how they apply their ideas of race onto others. Importantly, we will also ask how does our society impact this process and what the consequences of this might be. Finally, the session will outline practical strategies and a discussion about how to talk about race with children.