Talking About Race

Today’s headlines and the Black Lives Matter movement make it clear: It’s more important now than ever to have healthy, ongoing conversations with our children about race and racism in our country. In this space, Metro Parent is focused on giving you resources, perspectives and advice to start creating change where it matters: right in your own home.

5 Resources for Talking to Kids About Race

Hands on top of one another
The recent Black Lives Matter protests around the globe offer the perfect opportunity to talk to kids about race and racism. These resources can help start that conversation.

Talking With Kids About Race

A Rubik's cube with shades of brown
Trayvon Martin. George Floyd. Ferguson. 'I Can't Breathe.' These headlines are just part of the reason all parents should have a talk with their kids about race.

With Elena Reads, Tween Blogger Aims to Inspire Kids and Share Diversity

Elena Reads
This 10-year-old metro Detroit kid shares her love of reading with other kids in Michigan and around the world with her book blog, Elena Reads.