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jueves, 15 de junio de 2017

Embracing new approach, African-American families help kids deal with racism

Embracing new approach, African-American families help kids deal with racism
- A Philadelphia program is acting as a resource to help African-American families have honest conversations about those issues — and help them improve coping skills.
When Barbara Ellis was younger, growing up in small town West Texas, she remembers dancing with a white friend.
"And some of his friends were saying horrible things to him for dancing with me," she recalled. "And he kept that from me, I don't think he told me for like a year later."
But when she did find out, it was hard for her family and friends to have a larger conversation about the painful experience.