How do you talk to your children about race and racism?
How can your children learn to see and address racial discrimination?
How can you acknowledge your learning journey and help your child with theirs?
How can you and your child become equipped with meaningful allyship tools such as bystander intervention and support?
How do we apologize meaningfully ?
This workshop is for parents, guardians and caretakers of children. The session explores strategies for understanding racism and racial prejudice, addressing racial bias, being accountable for problematic behaviour and building a capacity for allyship. Appropriate language and topics of discussion for varying age groups will be examined. The workshop focuses on empathy, understanding and meaningful allyship through intergenerational discourse. Participants will be provided with additional resources and readings beyond the duration of the session.