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In the 21st century the ability to work and communicate with people from different racial and ethnic groups will be as essential as computer skills Parent News for March 1998 The United States is one of if not the most diverse society in the world As time goes on our children will be involved in an even more diverse world That is why it is so crucial for us as role models to educate our youngsters about how to live learn and play with others whose race religion or ethnicity is different from their own Unfortunately we live in a society that continues to discriminate against racial and ethnic groups By speaking to our children we can reduce the amount of negativity that flows through their young minds One important gift we can give our children is to create an atmosphere in which they are open to express their thoughts about racism We can also learn about their own experiences Children are constantly being subjected with images and ideas we dont have control over in school on television or even at a park One of our most difficult hurdles is our own prejudice How de we really view people Do I avoid driving through neighborhoods because of the color of people that live there or do I move closer to the other side of the elevator when a person of different ethnicity enters If we overcome our own biases we are less likely to pass them to our children Many times children will ask questions about ethnicity we would like to avoid Reading through different articles on the internet I found one concern in particular that would have me wonder what I would answer if that question was presented to me After her 1st day of kindergarten my daughter asked why Karla the only Spanish speaking girl in her class talks weird National Parent Information Network In the article they mention that
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