Are you wondering about how to talk to your children about diverse topics such as race, gender, culture, and more? What is a sensitive way to do it that is age-appropriate and comfortable for us as parents and educators?
Join us for this seminar on how to interact with our children about diversity at home, at school, and in the community. We will begin with an overview of key subject areas and will delve into more practical tips and strategies on developing an approach that works for you and your family. Bring your questions and examples so we can process through how to overcome potential challenges and move into these conversations and moments with more ease.
Our invited presenter, Farzana Nayani, is a national speaker on Diversity & Inclusion, consultant, and parent. Farzana has developed a number of school-wide initiatives to foster learning and conversation around cultivating inclusive practices at schools, and is the author of a book called "Being All of Me: A Handbook for Teachers and Parents of Multiracial, Multiethnic, and Transracially Adopted Children" and has been featured in LA Parent and on NPR on raising children in a conscious and inclusive way.
How do you talk to your children about topics such as race, gender, and culture? Learn how to interact with our children about diversity at home, at school, and in the community.
Presented by Farzana Nayani, national speaker on Diversity & Inclusion and consultant.
Cost: FREE for current HRNS families; open to the public for $10