Young People and Race Lesson 34

Young People and Race | The Cleverly Changing Podcast

2020 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year in every way. If Covid-19 wasn’t jarring enough, we are now dealing with rebellions and protests after several deaths of unarmed black men.

[Warning!] Episode 34 discusses sensitive topics that may not be suitable for your younger children; especially, if you have not had the discussion of police brutality or racism with them yet. As a result, we have chosen to omit the Cleverly Cultured Kids segment in today’s episode.

Intro (02:10)

Today’s African proverb is

“We are born from the womb of our mother; we are buried in the womb of the earth”
– from Liberia

Word of the Episode (2:35)

Matumaini means hope in Swahili.

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Grown Folks Discuss Race Relations and Civil Rights (8:36)

In episode 34 I sat down with Nia a college student with 4 younger brothers. She talked to me about what she thought about today’s race relations.

Resources to Help Parents Discuss Race With Their Children

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