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As communities around the nation grapple with questions of race and police brutality, a New York Times short documentary asks parents of African-American boys what they say to their sons about how to respond if stopped by police. From PBS New Hour
By an early age, we develop specific beliefs about authority and learn to understand the importance of political symbols, like the American flag. By the time a child is five, he or she has some understanding of the president, political parties, and ideologies. From Huffington Post
A father writes a book to explain protest to kids in the time of Black Lives Matter. The book Daddy,There’s a Noise Outside allows both parents and teachers to have conversations with young kids about what’s taking place in our communities.