Advice On How Parents Can Talk To Kids About Race + Racism From MSNBC Correspondent Trymaine Lee

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Playing Advice On How Parents Can Talk To Kids About Race + Racism From MSNBC Correspondent Trymaine Lee

Advice On How Parents Can Talk To Kids About Race + Racism From MSNBC Correspondent Trymaine Lee

At what age is it appropriate to start talking to your kids about race and racism? "I think as early as possible," says Pulitzer Prize- and Emmy Award-winning MSNBC correspondent Trymaine Lee. "It's not as if children aren't getting messaging anyway."

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