I don't know about you, but I feel the great need to educate myself more on equity, diversity and inclusion.
I know you probably hear those words all the time, but do you know what each of them means to people who are in any way disadvantaged? Do you know what it means to those who aren't? Do you know what it means to parents and kids of either side of that wall?
I know that I do not understand fully, that's why I've been spending the next 12 months (and will continue to seek) understanding better what this topic means and what type of difference I can make.
I challenge you to do the same.
Please check out this post on LinkedIn where I have highlighted one of the very few (and very short) write up on what parents should be doing and talking about at home regarding this topic.
We don't know everything. We can't possibly know everything. Especially if we don't experience it for ourselves. Parents should always be learning better ways to parent, after all we are raising the next generations of society...and don't we want the world to be a better place than it is today?
This year I challenge you to learn one new thing a day about diversity, equity and inclusion.
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