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40 ways to raise a nonracist child

Author: Barbara Mathias; Mary Ann French
Publisher: New York : HarperPerennial, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Including practical suggestions for all families, as well as age-specific advice, the book covers everything from how to select toys for preschoolers to how to face a teenager's prejudice -- from cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Mathias; Mary Ann French
ISBN: 0062733222 9780062733221
OCLC Number: 34412713
Description: xxii, 152 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Raise your replacements with principle --
Why white parents should care --
Examine your reluctance to form interracial friendships --
Make acquaintances across color lines --
Trace your familiy's history of prejudice --
Provide history that fosters pride --
Get the whole story --
his-story, her story, their story & our story --
Make history a healing course --
Sensitize your parent-school organization --
Involve the community --
Begin the lessons early, teach responsibility --
Teach indentity through comparison --
Reflect reality through mirrors, art and yourself --
Select the right preschool for your child --
Don't pretend discrimination doesn't exist --
Rise to the challenge at school --
Forge ahead without hindering your child --
Tell the truth about slavery --
Color holidays, but use all shades of the truth --
Avoid cultural tourism --
Be careful about what your children read --
Think about how you define normal --
Rule out discriminatory remarks --
Insist on respect --
Nurture and spread self-esteem --
Know your child's role models --
Help broaden your child's social circle --
Expose racial stereotyping in entertainment --
Select a diverse middle school --
Listen to and discuss your teen's concerns --
Don't use racism as a crutch --
If trouble's brewing, sound the horn --
Learn compassion for all colors --
Encourage community service --
Be honest: Talk about uncertainties --
Beware of your nonverbal messages --
Speak clearly and from the heart --
Challenge "self-segregation" --
Face your teen's prejudice --
Epilogue: Don't give up. Keep the faith.
Other Titles: Forty ways to raise a nonracist child
Responsibility: Barbara Mathias, Mary Ann French.
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Including practical suggestions for all families, as well as age-specific advice, the book covers everything from how to select toys for preschoolers to how to face a teenager's prejudice -- from cover.

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