How to Become an Antiracist Parent – Multicultural Kid Blogs

Learn how you can progress from being only an inclusive parent to an antiracist one, and how to be an antiracist role model to your children.

Source: How to Become an Antiracist Parent – Multicultural Kid Blogs

Here is a great interview with Dr. Ibrahim X. Kendi, whose book, How to Become an Antiracist Parent was featured on Multicultural Kid Blogs.  Normally, as the blog’s title suggests this site has a bunch of resources for parents raising children across various language and cultural backgrounds.  But this is the first time I’ve seen an up-front conversation about racism on the site (I might have missed one, just saying).  So, Kudos to Multicultural Kid Blogs for inviting Dr. Kendi to have this conversation.

Guest Post: What I’ve Learned From My First Two Years of Bilingual Parenting – Bilingual Monkeys

When I first came across Bilingual Monkeys, I didn’t know it yet, but it was the beginning of my efforts to pay a lot closer attention to my son’s language learning.  This is a short reflection I wrote for that blog.  Thanks as always to Adam Beck for his editorial support and for maintaining such a cool website.

Source: Guest Post: What I’ve Learned From My First Two Years of Bilingual Parenting – Bilingual Monkeys

Why We Never Die – The New York Times

I don’t think my son is old enough to experience these complicated, deep fears, but I remember very clearly when they struck.  I wonder how common this is across different cultures– how parents deal with these fears in their children– how I will handle this coming stage of my children’s intellectual development.  Is this a problem that is ever truly resolved in us?

Source: Why We Never Die – The New York Times