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Education in Black and White: How Kids Learn Racism--And How Schools Can Help Them Unlearn It

Before educators can help children unlearn racial prejudice, they should realize that children develop societal stereotypes and biases by age 3 or 4. A Seattle multiculturalism expert suggests that schools create an overall cooperative atmosphere, sponsor cross-school events that bring kids from different backgrounds together, and ensure equal status for students of all races. Sidebars highlight today's subtle racism and a Massachusetts school's antiracism crusade. (MLH)

  • Author/Creator: Natale, Jo Anna
  • Date Published: Feb
  • Journal/Secondary Title: American School Board Journal
  • Number: 2
  • Volume: 185
  • Year: 1998

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