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S1 Episode 18 - How to Talk to Kids about Work

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Release Date: 05/17/2020

S2 Episode 9: Mental Health Awareness and Support show art S2 Episode 9: Mental Health Awareness and Support

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Educator and Author Ben Smith joins us from Dubai for this week’s episode of the Inclusion School Podcast. Ben says he wanted to follow in his dad’s footsteps and make an impact on his students. Today, he teaches Grade 3. He strives to build a safe space for children to share their ideas and thoughts. He created the book, A Zebra named Zion to help build awareness around mental health challenges that students face. Listen and pick up tips from this week's episode.

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S2 Episode 8: How to Talk to Young People About Disabilities show art S2 Episode 8: How to Talk to Young People About Disabilities

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Deb Dagit was instrumental in passing the ADA Act. She joins the podcast this week and shares how to to talk with young people about disabilities. Subscribe, listen and share.

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S2 Episode 7 - Représentation Matters show art S2 Episode 7 - Représentation Matters

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Robbie Samuels is a Parent, Relationship-Based Business Strategist, and Keynote Speaker. He is this week's guest for the Inclusion School Podcast. Robbie, Simone and Julie compare notes about discussion inclusion with their children as practitioners in the Diversity and Inclusion space. Robbie shares techniques he uses to talk about racial injustice and more with his children.  

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S2 Episode 6 - Real Talk about Natural Hair show art S2 Episode 6 - Real Talk about Natural Hair

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In this episode, Julie and Simone are having a real talk. The focus: natural hair. We're hearing a lot about hair discrimination so Julie and Simone get real about the hair conversations and experiences they have with their children. Get tips to engage your children on this inclusion journey.

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S2 Episode 5 - Parenting up Close show art S2 Episode 5 - Parenting up Close

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In this episode, Julie and Simone speak to Diversity & Inclusion Leader Amy Waninger and her son Nick. Learn how Amy teaches Nick and her other children about unconscious bias. Nick is 11 years old and he speaks up in this interview and shares how he processes the learning from his mom. Get tips to engage your children on this inclusion journey.

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S2 Episode 4: Family Caregiving show art S2 Episode 4: Family Caregiving

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Christopher MacLellan says when it comes to caregiving there's no gender boundaries, no orientation boundaries, no color boundaries. He shares his inspiring caregiving story with Julie and Simone in this week's episode. Learn tips for dealing with end of life issues and gain resources for caregiving support. 

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S2 Episode 3: The Power of Names show art S2 Episode 3: The Power of Names

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Huda Essa is a speaker, author, and consultant. She is this week's guest for the Inclusion School Podcast. With Julie and Simone, she discusses how powerful names are and how they create belonging. She takes us into the classroom and how kids identify with their name. Pick up tips on this week's episode. Learn more about Huda at https://www.culturelinksllc.com 

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S2 Episode 2: Resources for Kids, Teens and Tweens show art S2 Episode 2: Resources for Kids, Teens and Tweens

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Michelle Easley is a former educator and was the former President of Georgia Library Media Organization. She is this week's guest for the Inclusion School Podcast. She discusses her book, a resource to get practical strategies to make a book collection more diverse. Pick. up additional resources and get a diverse list of helpful books for you. Visit https://www.michelleeasley.com/diverse-titles 

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S2 Episode 1: Teaching Kids about Empathy and Disruption show art S2 Episode 1: Teaching Kids about Empathy and Disruption

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Julie and Simone interview Empathy Expert Liesel Mertes about teaching children about empathy. Listen to this important episode and pick up strategies to converse with your children about how they can deal with disruption in the world. Liesel shares how adults show up in service of protecting our children. What can we do to connect with them over grief. That and more is on this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast.

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Real Talk - Talking About Black Lives Matter show art Real Talk - Talking About Black Lives Matter

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Simone Morris and Julie Kratz talk about Black Lives Matter. How do you answer the question, why did he (George Floyd) have to die? That and more on the latest episode of the Inclusion School Podcast. 

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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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