Embracing Black History

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This month and beyond, we encourage you to spend time with your child celebrating the countless contributions of African Americans. Start with these simple ideas.

Karen Walrond

Inspiring Kids to Love Their Differences

By Karen Walrond

As they grow, kids may notice a particular characteristic that makes them unique. While some may feel bad about their differences, you can help them learn to embrace the beauty and power those differences bring. Find out how.

Black History Month Recipes

Abby Fisher's Corn Egg Bread

Abby Fisher's Corn Egg Bread

Be surprised by the comfort and simplicity of this historical recipe.

Read All About It!

Read All About It!

Books that celebrate the black experience are available for all ages and stages. Let them acquaint your child with African American pioneers or contemporary-themes. Check out our recommendations.

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