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S2 Episode 16 - Teach Your Kids About Racism

Inclusion School Podcast

Release Date: 11/08/2020

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Children's Book Author, Kathleen Blasi joins Julie and Simone on this week's episode of Inclusion School Podcast. She talks about the power educators have in validating ideas that children have. She shares how she leverages writing workshops to empower children to share their stories. In addition, she provides tips to instill confidence and pride in kids interested in writing. 

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Expert and CEO of Equality Institute, Bernadette Smith, joins Inclusion School Podcast this week. She discusses how to have uncomfortable conversations with your children about privilege. We discuss how to proactively have LGBTQ conversations. 

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In this week’s episode of the Inclusion School Podcast, Julie and Simone sit down for a rich conversation with Shuli de la Fuente-Lau, the creator behind the Instagram account Asian Lit for Kids. She is passionate about amplifying children's books that showcase Asian and other BIPOC characters.

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As we wrap Women’s History Month, we reintroduce Story Performer Sally Perkins. Sally joined us in season 2.

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In this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast, Julie and Simone chat with Children’s Author Vivian Kirkfield. They have an enlightening conversation on the benefits of how to use picture books to share untold stories. Hear about the friendship between Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald. Join our discussion and follow us on Instagram. Subscribe, listen, share, and leave a review for the show.

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Literary Advocate, Educator, and Author of Jaxon learns a lesson, Regina Smith, joins this week Inclusion School Podcast. Regina shares the impetus for empowering our children with strategies to boost their self worth. She covers the importance of resiliency as well.

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In this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast, Julie and Simone chat with Blogger and Podcaster, Shannon Cain. They have an enlightening conversation on the benefits of teaching feminism early on. Join our discussion and follow us on Instagram.

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In this week's episode, Simone and Julie discuss Black History Month. Enjoy this real talk bonus episode.

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Entrepreneur, Author and Playwright Veronica Chapman visits the Inclusion School Podcast. She talks about how affirmations from her family and college set her up for success. She is on a mission to change the world and empower children. She said parents should proactively affirm children so they can handle distractions that occur in life. 

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In this week’s episode, Julie and Simone sit down with Stephanie Leblanc-Godfrey, Parent, Tribe Builder, and Global Head of Inclusion Programs for Women of Color at Google, who talks about flexing motherhood skills (amongst three children) to develop empathetic children. She says parents need to let themselves off the hook. Trust that you've seeded the knowledge with your children. Listen to the full episode for more tips on fostering inclusion with your children.

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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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