by Sarah K Peck | February 26, 2018
If you don’t use your voice to share your experience, to call out prejudice and promote social justice, are you part of the problem? Tepsii shares her approach to raising little ones with an awareness of race and class, explaining how the conversations are driven by the children themselves.
by Cary Fortin | January 26, 2018
As a soon-to-be-parent in the height of the #MeToo movement, I worry about how to cultivate in my child a way of viewing the world that is kind, compassionate and curious. It feels more urgent and important than ever for me to introduce important concepts to my child. While I don’t get to choose to have my first child be born under the first female president, but I do get to choose what topics, ideas, and characters he or she is exposed to at this tender and influential time. These books are meant to inspire all children, to teach lessons like: to never give up; to fight for what you believe in; that genius exists in all races, ages, and gender identities; to ignore those who will doubt or shame you; to believe in yourself and to lift up those around you.