Courageous Conversations About Race
A Note From Wellington:
As we stand together to drive real change at Wellington and beyond, we must also commit to reflect on the ways that we each uphold systems of oppression while taking steps to actively dismantle them. We believe that one of the first places this starts is at home with our families. The resources below have been curated to help facilitate this learning and courageous conversations with your family.Read more from our counseling staff
Articles, Podcasts, and Tips for Parents and Caregivers:
Talking Race with Young Children (podcast)
Great Educational Podcasts for Adults on the History of Race in America
Books for Adults:
Books for Children
Studies and Articles:
The purpose of the Wellington Community Equity & Inclusion Panel is to listen and learn - because we believe that every voice matters. Your perspective is vital to continue our journey in building a more equitable and just Wellington.
As a member of this panel, you may be asked to participate in activities - all of which are optional. By engaging with us here, you will be a vital source of feedback which will inform how we move forward and become better. Please understand that participation is optional in all activities we may plan.To ensure confidentiality, data from surveys and the information you share here will only be used in aggregate (i.e., groups of people), and no individuals will be identified.