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How to talk with your children about racism and police brutality? Share your advice with other parents.

For generations, many Black families have wrestled with when and how to talk with their children about racism and inequality. Amid the national conversation about police brutality and systemic racism that’s followed George Floyd’s death in the custody of Minneapolis police, some parents have had to confront these issues with their kids a lot sooner than expected.

In a recent Sun article, several families discussed how they approached these difficult conversations with their children.

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Add your voice by sharing how you are confronting this sensitive topic: What do you say to children to help them understand? How old were your kids when you talked to them about racism? What advice would you give to other parents who have not had the talk with their children but want to?

Share your thoughts using the form below. We will compile responses as a supplement to the article.

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