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      Bias and Kids: How Do Our Prejudices Affect Our Children? in Salem


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      February 26, 2020

      Wednesday   6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

      410 14th St. SE
      Salem, Oregon 97301

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      Bias and Kids: How Do Our Prejudices Affect Our Children?

      Verónika Nuñez and Kyrié Kellett lead a bilingual Spanish conversation

      As parents, family members, teachers, neighbors and voters – how do our biases influence how we interact with the children in our lives and communities? We will reflect on how our biases – conscious and unconscious – shape everything from our subtle interactions with the kids we care for to the way we make political decisions that influence children in our society. This is an Oregon Humanities Conversation Project event.

      This event is a part of the monthlong 2020 Salem Reads: One Community, One Book project, focusing on the book Piecing Me Together by Renée Watson. Salem Reads is an annual project of the Salem Public Library Foundation. For a complete schedule, visit the Salem Public Library Foundation website: http://www.splfoundation.org/salem-reads-2020.html

      Cost: Free -

      Categories: Education

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