How can you talk to your kids about racism? Educator Jane Elliott shares her advice

Anti-racism educator Jane Elliott encourages parents to “change the way you talk around your children.”
3:06 | 07/09/20

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Transcript for How can you talk to your kids about racism? Educator Jane Elliott shares her advice
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