The Race and Early Childhood Collaborative was formed to assess if and how parents and teachers discuss race with young children, to determine what developmental issues exist as they relate to positive racial identity, and to generate recommendations and encourage collaborations around this important issue. The focus of this scan is specifically of African American children ages 3-6 within both home and school settings. We recognize that Pittsburgh is growing to be an increasingly more diverse place and the concept of PRIDE can be beneficial for all children starting at birth in all spaces of life and learning. We hope you will join us in thinking about and developing responses to this scan and expanding upon this work.
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Lynne Hayes Freeland Show – PRIDE Collaborative discussion