(IQ Test: Can 3 year olds develop 'intent'?)
Ending Racism Starting with Kids
from Hawai’i Children's Action Network
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 • 9-10 am
Virtual event; register below for link
$5 suggested donation
Children, even the youngest ones, are skilled at picking up the stereotypes and biases that surround them. At this Keiki Talk, you'll learn about the latest research into how kids develop racial and ethnic biases.
(Clue: 3-year-olds are just beginning to develop concepts of guilt and can thereby be manipulated to feel guilty or assign guilt. See how this works?)
The presenter, Kristin Pauker, Ph.D., will also discuss the differences and similarities between children in Hawaiʻi and on the continental U.S. She'll also share the research on creating inclusive environments that stop perpetuating these biases and stereotypes, with approaches not just on the individual level, but also on the systemic, policy level. We can create an antiracist Hawaiʻi—and it begins with our keiki….
(Clue: Corporations are wizing-up to the 'Implicit Bias Workshop' scam so it is time to move on to little kids.)
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KITV: Study: Hawai'i children pick up stereotypes differently than children in continental U.S.