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The New York Times put together a short series of films about identity in America. Take a few moments today to review and watch a few stories from "A Conversation on Race" and reflect on what your story would be.
Take some time to read today. Check out one of these 20 picture books for kids that discuss making the world a safer, more equitable place for all children.
Think about who you sit with at the school lunch table. Then think about anyone that is new, may be different or feeling left out.
Answer the question: Are there any kids you could invite to sit with you and your friends?
Today you can take action by calling a family member to talk about race, racial violence, and social injustice. Talk to your grandparents, parents or siblings. Ask questions.
Reflect on what you learn from the conversation.
Do you know about Hidden Biases? They are unconscious, or automatic, biases that could have been learned at as early as 2-3 years of age. Your willingness to examine your own possible biases is an important step in understanding the roots of stereotypes and prejudice in our society.
Reflect on how this week’s challenges may help you overcome some hidden biases.
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