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S1 Episode 18 - How to Talk to Kids about Work

Inclusion School Podcast

Release Date: 05/17/2020

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In this episode, Julie and Simone discuss highlights from Season 2. 

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S2 Episode 17 - Real Talk about the Election Results show art S2 Episode 17 - Real Talk about the Election Results

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In this episode, Julie and Simone talk about the 2020 Presidential Election Results. Join us as we close out Season Two discussing current times and discussing the election with our families. Subscribe, listen and share this episode.

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Author Terri Casey and Illustrator Audeva Joseph join Julie and Simone on the show to talk about the process of writing a book about racism after George Floyd's death. They share the journey and why they felt this was a much needed resource for children. Subscribe, listen and share this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast.

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Akhila Das, Chief Storyteller and Head of Content, indigrow joins the Inclusion School Podcast. She talks about growing up in Bangalore and starting a business with her childhood friend. Her company is focused on building awareness and appreciation for the Indian identity. She talks about the importance of nurturing empathy and imagination in children. Listen to learn more.

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Show Summary: Anti Racist Educator, Danielle Nava-Mijares joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week. In the episode she shares an amazing amount of resources to talk with children about racism. Catch this week's insightful episode with hosts Julie Kratz and Simone Morris. About Guest: Danielle Nava-Mijares is an anti-racist educator with other 25 years experience. Her expertise lies in anti-bias/anti-racist education, restorative conflict resolution, organizational leadership and non-verbal communication.  To reach Danielle, connect with her via   __________ To reach the Inclusion...

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Kam Green, Founder of We Should Read joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week. She shares how We Should Read came about and the importance of encouraging children to read. She talks about how to talk with kids about social injustice to major illnesses. Kam says we need to keep having the conversations in a progressive way. She talks about what she's reading to her kids to foster tough discussions.

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We are joined by Attorney, Speaker, Author, Consultant and Bystander Effect Expert, Kelly Charles Collins. Kelly shares how an impactful experience with her son changed her life's mission. She joins the show to share how we can teach our children what to do when they witness incidents that need to be reported. Learn more about Kelly at https://www.kellycharlescollins.com.

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In this week's episode, we are joined by Denay Hooks, Parent, Caregiver, Educator, Author, and Special Needs Advocate. Denay shares her journey with her daughter Hannah who was diagnosed with Rett's Syndrome at a very young age. Hear how Denay used her experience to educate others and teach them about inclusion and kindness. The Adventures of Bug and Boo - Under the Sea. Learn more about Denay at https://www.denayhooks.com. 

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In this episode, Simone and Julie speak with Author Jillian Bradfield who shares resources for talking to preteens about self harming, anxiety, depression and more. Hear Jillian's story and how she engages her audience with her effective journaling strategies. Listen, subscribe and share.

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In this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast, we sit down with Journee McQueen and her mom to discuss interacting with children born with visible beauty marks. We delve into how children can approach and talk to one another about differences. Hear Journee's heartwarming story and how she is living her dream with her own You Tube Channel and a pretty snazzy home school setup.

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Educator and Author, Michelle Travis joins this week's Inclusion School Podcast. Michelle shares her wisdom on talking to children about work. As the author of My Mom Has Two Jobs, she brings a unique perspective about how to help children understand the duality of roles in the home. Listen to this dynamic and engaging conversation with hosts Simone Morris and Julie Kratz.

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