As America is stepping into a new presidency, at the end of a tumultuous couple of weeks, I wanted to re-publish an older episode. This was originally published in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement after the murder of George Floyd. Back then I wanted to talk about how we, as parents, have a responsibility to address those issues with our children, and proposed some ways to do so.
I think it's a good moment in history to address these issues again. Whether you live in the US or not, it's good to be able to talk with your children about what is going on in the political and social spheres of our lives. By creating an open dialogue, you can help your children become more aware and conscious. And I am one who believes that this is important if we want to create a better world.
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