This is so AMAZING! Thank you Ernestine Johnson for this amazing thoughtful answer…
According to new research on the brain, playing music helps us learn–one of many reasons to fight for high quality music instruction in ALL our schools.
“For something like 75% of white Americans. It’s very hard to put BLACK and GOOD together.” – Mahzarin Banaji, Experimental Psychologist. This quote is from a new film airing tonight on KQED.
Chesicaleigh is a popular race and culture blogger. Sharing her videos are a great way to celebrate Black History Month by talking about important issues about race.
Black History Month: #7 Learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with these kid-friendly videos.
Learn about the first Black American to become a bomber pilot: Les Williams. He is also one of the few surviving Tuskegee Airmen.
If you haven’t already voted today, HERE IS YOUR REMINDER!
For those of you who need an extra nudge, here’s a great clip by John Oliver that aired this past weekend explaining why it’s important:
Now that I am a parent, and my girls are old enough, I want to watch this film with them. My girls are biracial (like me) and I think it will be meaningful for them to see our family represented in the mix of families presented.
“The mustache was tired of being ignored…”
I was shocked to learn that many of my girls third-grade classmates already have Facebook accounts! When are children old enough to go on Facebook? What about Twitter? Instagram? How can we help our kids navigate in this new world of social networks?