For the first time, research reveals how harmful repeated racial discrimination can be on mental and physical health. The study looked at the accumulation of experiences of racial attacks over time including being shouted at, being physically attacked, avoiding a place, or feeling unsafe because of one’s ethnicity. 11 more words
How silence can breed prejudice: A child development professor explains how and why to talk to kids about race
Lots of parents think if they are “colorblind,” their kids will be too. Don’t make that mistake. Talk about race from the earliest days.
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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS) — The Democratic National Committee chairwoman will resign at the end the Democratic National Convention after Wikileaks released emails revealing her bias against Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. 360 more words