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Remembering George Floyd: How to talk to young children about racialized trauma and healing
In this panel discussion hosted by Early Risers podcast host Dianne Haulcy, early childhood educators, parents and mental health practitioners share insights on helping young children to understand and heal from racialized trauma past and present.

As we approach the second anniversary of George Floyd’s tragic murder and the global racial reckoning it sparked, it’s a timely moment to reflect on how these events have impacted our young children, including their mental health and wellbeing. How can parents and caregivers talk to young children about historical and ongoing racism while also fostering their resilience and helping them to heal?

In Minneapolis, George Floyd Square emerged as a creative memorial and gathering space for healing. What should parents and caregivers consider when bringing young children to spaces that call on us to reckon with our country’s legacy of racial violence, discrimination, and exclusion?

As a parent or caregiver, maybe you’re wondering how to approach these subjects or want guidance on how to sustain the conversation you’ve already started. In this live virtual panel discussion, early childhood experts, parents and mental health practitioners share their insights and personal stories and answer your questions about how you can begin and sustain age-appropriate conversations with young children about these issues.

May 17, 2022 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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