Tag Archives: Youth

My Bob Dylan Experience #TBT

In 2005, I was working at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. As I was walking down the hall, late for work, this man was walking towards me. He was about 20 feet away. He was scruffy, wearing an oversized coat … Continue reading

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Black Women in Media @ BRIC Arts House Dec 2015

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“What is the right age to begin teaching kids about race?”

I was recently asked this question by a colleague. This is my detailed response, which I think belongs here… This does not have a simple answer, but there is a lot of research looking at the psychological development of children … Continue reading

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