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Overcoming racial bias: Acknowledge it and talk with children

Children are always watching and listening, but since protests for racial justice have spread across the globe, they’re witnessing, absorbing and internalizing possibly more than anyone knows. A recent statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics says pediatricians are “deeply concerned about the effects of racism on children. Even vicarious racism — secondhand racism witnessed […] Disclaimer: This story is auto-aggregated by a computer program and has not been created or edited by HFACULTY News. Publisher: News from Mayo Clinic Click this link to read the full content from the Publisher Read More

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