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Learning about MLK, Racism, and Activism (for Educators and Caregivers)

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National Museum of African American History and Culture

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If the complex concept of race, the deep history of racism, and the importance of activism is challenging for adults to understand — how do we share these stories and lessons with children? Use this guide to learn more about how children understand race and start conversations and activities about Martin Luther King, racism and activism.

 

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