How to Talk to Your Kids About Racism


Learn how to talk to your kids about racism.

"We learn to be racist, therefore we can learn not to be racist. Racism is not genetical. It has everything to do with power.
-- Jane Elliot


You may be thinking, "Oh, but I do, I tell my kids that we are all the equal and that we need to love everyone."


And that's good! But, it's not enough when it comes to teaching children about racism. It fails to cover in a comprehensive way the realities of racism, as well as creating empathy, understanding and action in our future generation. Discussions on racism must go far beyond "We see every one the same."


In this workshop you'll learn:

  • Why talking about racism is important for children today
  • When to start discussing racism with children
  • How to start and suggested language to use
  • How to continue the discussion as an ongoing part of parenting
  • Resources for parents
  • Recommended books for children


About the Teacher

Giselle Baumet


Giselle Baumet (pronouns: she/her) is a Childbirth Educator, Postpartum Doula, Perinatal Mental Health Specialist, Aromatherapist and Herbalist, Reiki Practitioner, Lactation Educator/Counselor, Transpersonal Hypnotherapist, Intuitive Women's Coach and CPR Instructor.

For the last 15 years she's committed her work to supporting thousands of women holistically in pregnancy and motherhood.

Giselle is of Afro-Latinx decent and first experienced racism as a child when moving to the USA from the Dominican Republic. She's the mother of four and resides in Orange County, CA. She's taught her children about racism and how to promote anti-racism. All of her children are able to explain in mature ways the racial biases in America and how they can contribute as individuals towards eliminating racism.

She believes that it's on each of us to educate ourselves and be open to learning more.



Once registered, you will receive an email with how to access the online workshop.