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How to talk to your kids about drag
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An informative article from What’s On Queer, BC’s local LGBTQ2SI+ Magazine and Resource Centre about what drag is, the history of drag, and drag etiquette. An informative article from What’s On Queer, BC’s local LGBTQ2SI+ Magazine and Resource Centre about what drag is, the history of drag, and drag etiquette. Show less
Your new toolkit for addressing scientific misinformation (video-Evidence For Democracy)
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We’ve brought you webinars on how to address online misinformation in the past. With research on this topic quickly evolving, we’ve updated our recommendatio... We’ve brought you webinars on how to address online misinformation in the past. With research on this topic quickly evolving, we’ve updated our recommendatio... Show less
Drag: QUEER KID STUFF #21 (video)
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“Queer Kid Stuff” is an LGBTQ web series that breaks down queer themes, experiences and topics in ways that are accessible, fun and educational for childr...Show more “Queer Kid Stuff” is an LGBTQ web series that breaks down queer themes, experiences and topics in ways that are accessible, fun and educational for children. In this episode, creator Lindsey Amer talks to her friend, Brooklyn-based queen Ms.Ter, about performing in drag. Show less
Comment parler du racisme aux enfants?
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L'heure de pointe Toronto/Windsor | Les images de la mort d'un homme étouffé par un policier ont fait le tour du monde et cette séquence insoutenable a également été vue par des enfants. Comment leur parler de la violence et du racisme? L'heure de pointe Toronto/Windsor | Les images de la mort d'un homme étouffé par un policier ont fait le tour du monde et cette séquence insoutenable a également été vue par des enfants. Comment leur parler de la violence et du racisme? Show less
Even Babies Discriminate: A NurtureShock Excerpt.
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What parents say depends heavily on their own race: a 2007 study in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that out of 17,000 families with kindergartne...Show more What parents say depends heavily on their own race: a 2007 study in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that out of 17,000 families with kindergartners, nonwhite parents are about three times more likely to discuss race than white parents; 75 percent of the latter never, or almost never, talk about race. In our new book, NurtureShock, we argue that many modern strategies for nurturing children are backfiring—because key twists in the science have been overlooked. Small corrections in our thinking today could alter the character of society long term, one future citizen at a time. The way white families introduce the concept of race to their children is a prime example. For decades, it was assumed that children see race only when society points it out to them. However, child-development researchers have increasingly begun to question that presumption. They argue that children see racial differences as much as they see the difference between pink and blue—but we tell kids that "pink" means for girls and "blue" is for boys. "White" and "black" are mysteries we leave them to figure out on their own. Show less
Deep Canvass Institute
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Deep canvassing is a one-to-one conversation methodology that has been scientifically proven to be able to do two vital things: Create lasting changes in ...Show more Deep canvassing is a one-to-one conversation methodology that has been scientifically proven to be able to do two vital things: Create lasting changes in how (or whether) people vote by shifting the underlying emotions and attitudes that determine our political views; Generate new trust and connection across difference or disagreement. Show less
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