By Tara Parker-Pope. Chock-full of good ideas. Among them:
“Supplement your child’s education with books and documentaries, and don’t shy away from conversations about race.”
Every Martin Luther King day The Good Wife read a book about King’s life to our daughters. One on each side of her, sitting on the couch. Even though it was written on a third/fourth grade level, the readings continued into secondary school. That very small investment of time had an oversized impact on them becoming socially conscious young women.