Schools are sending this to UK parents
THE DANGER OF SAYING 'MY
CHILD ISN'T RACIST'
kids would? pertonaly
engoge behaviour, there are
still things they can
do to help.
1n to speak up and
stand up to racism is not asking your child
actly what it fools like to
be opp rent
The Guide to Allyship suggests to:
Stand up, even when you feel scared
Transfer the benefits of your privilege to those
who lack it
Acknowledge that while you too feel pain, the
conversation is not about you
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By underscoring the unfaimess of such stories, a
child will better understand the difficulties race
wrongly poses today.
lo identify how we can change our
who might not have th vileges as
Source yoopies.co.uk/c/press-releases/blacklivesmatter 1)