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This presentation will discuss when and how to talk to children about race and ethnicity in a time where race is a prominent issue in society. Developmental readiness will be explored and comfort level of parents in raising the issue or responding to their child’s questions. A discussion will ensue how different racial groups may approach this discussion.
To help social work practitioners assist parents to assess their comfort level in discussing issues of race with their children
To assist practitioners address issues of addressing race in their practice
To increase the comfort level in discussing race
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