Dear undocumented homeschoolers,
In A2Z, there are no walls. You belong here. You are loved.
Dear black homeschoolers,
In A2Z, YOUR life matters. You are loved.
Dear Muslim and Middle Eastern homeschoolers,
We know you are not terrorists You are loved.
Dear Mexican homeschoolers,
We know you are not rapists or drug dealers. You are loved,
Dear female homeschoolers,
Men in our community will not grab you. Men will show you respect – Demand it! You are loved.
Dear LGBTQ homeschoolers,
You are perfect just the way you are. You are loved.
Dear homeschoolers everywhere,
We will get through this day, this week, this year and the next 4 together. We will respect each other, and learn from one another. You will be treated lovingly in this community of home educators.
How to explain Trump’s win to your children?
‘How do I explain this to my children?’: US parents struggle to talk about Trump victory with kids
You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bully.’ You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bigot.’ You tell your kids, ‘Do your homework and be prepared.’ Then you have this outcome and you have people putting children to bed tonight, and they’re afraid of breakfast. They’re afraid of, ‘how do I explain this to my children?’”
10 parents of color share what they told their children after Donald Trump was elected
Mic talked to 10 parents of color in the U.S. about what they told their children about Tuesday’s election results and the terrifying uncertainty they feel compelled to hold back.
Soothing kids’ fears about a Donald Trump presidency
Many of those same families — mine included — expected to spend the week celebrating the election of our nation’s first female president. Instead we’re searching for ways to soothe our children’s fears about a Trump presidency.
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How Do I Explain to My Daughters What Happened in This Election?
Maybe if we want to raise girls who are ready to fight for the better country they deserve, we need to wake them up tomorrow, the first day of a changed America, and break their hearts. We need to tell them the truth, even though the truth—half of America thinks so little of them that they were willing to elect a man who only cares how fuckable they will one day be—is scary and sad. (Maybe I won’t use the word fuckable.)