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Diversity in Books Through Self-Publishing: Arnold Henry | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Diversity in Books Through Self-Publishing: Arnold Henry

In 2018, Arnold Henry received a rejection letter from a literary agent who told him that despite loving the writing and illustrations, “However, in today’s market, stories about African American ‘fathers’ is a tough sell.” This false belief that there is no market for stories written by black authors and furthermore, no market for stories […]

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Fun Ways to Teach Diversity at Home

“Education begins the moment we see children as innately wise and capable beings. Only then can we play along in their world.” – Vince Gowmon In a world where many buy into the rhetoric of otherness and extreme nationalist sentiments creep on today’s political scene, raising global children becomes a necessity that cannot be overlooked by

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Teaching Our Kids To Stand Out At School

Teaching Our Kids It’s Okay To Stand Out At School

As a little kid, I always looked forward to the school year. It meant I would see my friends, get new clothes, pick out my favorite lunch box, and have a lot of fun! Granted this feeling changed over the years a bit, however, the excitement of new things was always there. During the summer,

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How to Stay Sane While Maintaining Your Multicultural Visual Strategy

As multicultural bloggers, you know how hard it can be to find the perfect images for your articles and maintain your multicultural visual strategy. Some of us write about our own mixed families and some of us write about other cultures in the hopes of educating others or offering tools for multicultural homeschooling families or

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Diversity is so important to raising kids as global citizens.It teaches them kindness, tolerance and understanding.At home and in the classroom, diversity should be a priority.

Celebrating Diversity with Kids Twitter Chat

  In honor of Black History Month, we organized a Twitter party on Celebrating Diversity with Kids, using the hashtag #MKBdiversity. The party was moderated by MKB (@multiculturkids) and co-hosted by Becky from @kidworldcitizen, Diana @dianalimongi from LadydeeLG, Nadia aka @justicejonesie and Lisa from @squishablebaby It was sponsored by @T_MarieHarris (author of “Look What Brown Can

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