This book is intended to teach parents and educators of black and biracial children how to reduce racism’s impact on a child’s development "from preschool through adolescence" and, in doing so, to raise emotionally healthy children. It is divided into three parts; "That Magical Place: Race Awareness in the Preschool Years;" "The Waning of Racial Innocence: The Early School Years;" and "Reality Bites: Race Awareness in Middle Childhood and Adolescence."
Jossey-Bass (2000), Edition: 1, 304 pages
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