Nicole Lee’s new book leads readers to confront their discomfort and misconceptions about antiracism, so they can build antiracist spaces with the important young people in their lives.
Pushing past the common reasons people give for not facing these issues, Lee provides age-appropriate guidance for talking to kids and offers practical advice on how to put our words into action.
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An attorney and an intuitive coach, Nicole holds space for the sacred as she leads those around her in the path of aligned action. Her Inclusive Life community is an affirming but truth-driven space where real people grapple daily with the hard work of effecting social change.
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EP5: Book Launch: Raising Antiracist Kids: The Power of Intentional Conversations about Race & Parenting
“This is part of parenting. This is part of the process. If we are raising humans to live in this multicultural, multiracial society, we have an obligation first to them, but also frankly to humanity, to be willing to be vulnerable and have those deep conversations.”...
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