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“Did you know…?” is perhaps one of the best ways to start a conversation! Who doesn’t have their curiosity piqued when they hear this simple phrase? If you want to interest children in exploring other cultures or learning about faraway places, you don’t need to rely on dry lists of statistics. Tantalize them with fun

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The Importance of Black Joy

An essential aspect of raising multicultural children is providing them with a broad understanding of the realities of the world they live in. In this world racial injustice persists, human rights are under attack, the effects of climate change are felt and youth depression rates are on the rise. Teaching our children about these realities,

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World’s Religions

Five Reasons to Teach Our Kids About the World’s Religions

Everyone knows the saying… never talk about religion or politics. I can’t speak to political issues, but I’m fairly certain this is the entirely wrong approach when it comes to religion. In fact, I think we should share the world’s religions with kids… in an age-appropriate way, of course… from a fairly young age. It

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10 Fun Facts about Wampanoag Nation | Multicultural Kid Blogs

10 Fun Facts About Wopânâak (Wampanoag) Nation

November is Native American Heritage Month. It was picked to let us all think about how the Native Americans helped the Pilgrims survive. As a result, I thought we should look at the Wopânâak or the Wampanoag – the Native Americans who befriended the Pilgrims. Here are ten fun facts about Wopânâak (Wampanoag) Nation as

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Choosing A School for Kids of Color: 5 Things To Consider

I realize that, in choosing a school for kids of color, some families don’t have much of a choice. Geography, jobs, finances, and other family circumstances can all influence where our children spend their school days. However, if you do have some choices, there are several things you might want to consider. Even with limited

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