Mark your calendars and plan on joining us for a fascinating evening. Aurora is hosting this event which is free and open to the public. (Tell your friends! Bring your neighbors!)

How to Talk with Your Kids about Race

An adults-only evening with Allison Broscoe-Smith, PhD
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
6:30-8:00 pm
Aurora School
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When Do You Talk to Kids about Race? What Do You Say?

This workshop is designed to help parents unpack and uncover the ways in which they can approach the subject of race with their children and stay consistent with their own family

Parents, teachers, and caregivers will come away with:

  • an understanding of basic developmental awareness of children in regards to race
  • a grasp of what implicit bias is and how it impacts our children
  • support in thinking about HOW we want to engage with children about the topic of race

“People fail to get along because they fear each other; they fear
each other because they don’t know each other; they don’t know
each other because they have not communicated with each other.”

-Martin Luther King Jr.

About the Presenter

Allison Briscoe-Smith, PhD, allison.briscoe-smith.border.small is a psychologist who received her undergraduate training in social psychology from Harvard and her clinical degree in children’s psychology from U.C. Berkeley. She has worked directing nonprofit mental health programs for children in foster care, as a professor of psychology, and as a director of a broad array of mental health and other supportive services for Children’s Hospital Oakland. Dr. Briscoe-Smith is originally from Hawaii, and has also lived and traveled in the Caribbean.

For More Information

Please contact [email to=”” name=”Head of School, Abbie Koss”].