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Juneteenth- "Goodnight Racism"

Why is this day important? Because we can teach children there are bad rules in society. We as teachers and caregivers of children, need to teach children about racial equity.

Ibram X. Kendi, author, professor and expert on racial justice has just written Goodnight Racism about children living their best lives and addresses saying goodnight to unfair rules, cruelty, injustice, inequality, hate, hurt and racism.

There is much to read on this topic:

These are important moments for educators, let's make the most of them.

Find the right school that has the right values and will help your children be the best versions of themselves, it takes work for all of us.

Contact: Wendy Levey Consulting, all things education for 1-18 years olds, we've got this!

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