One Mom and One Princess on Racism and The Remedy

One Mom and One Princess on Racism and The Remedy

                          You've seen it. The brutal deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. The violent riots that followed. How should moms deal with racist attitudes? Cara Meredith knows racism from the inside out--as the mom of biracial boys. Cara is the daughter-in-law of civil rights activist, James Meredith, the first African American student admitted to Ole Miss back in 1962. Cara, author of The Color of Life, offers helpful insights to moms about her own journey toward love and racial justice. PLUS...Detroit-based Kendell Strong, who plays Princess Tianna (The Princess and the Frog) for the Princess Party Company, and during this time of social change, Kendall is using her voice to deliver empowerment to girls who look like her, and a way for families of all backgrounds to start a conversation about race and justice

Duration: 27 min

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