Tag: equality


The Many Firsts of the 2020 Election

There is something special about being a “first.” First to go to college; first to start a business; first write a book, etc. Becoming the first person to achieve something is remarkable because it sets a precedent for what is possible. What once seemed unattainable is now alive and well in living color. Kamala Harris has made history as the first female vice president-elect … Read More The Many Firsts of the 2020 Election


Talking to Children About Racism

Talking about race can be a daunting endeavor and many parents struggle with where to begin. Children are like sponges; they soak up information from everywhere. Kids pick up on cues from their friends, family, news headlines and social media. Although discussing race can seem intimidating, it doesn’t have to be. Parents often have anticipatory anxiety when it comes to these discussions. On the … Read More Talking to Children About Racism