I am a freelance writer, Entertainment Section Editor/Staff Writer at Mochi Magazine, + the Living Justice Editor at Diverging Mag. You can find me on sites like Romper, Mom.com, + Mochi Magazine.
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Many of us are aware of explicit prejudices and attitudes prevalent toward certain groups and are actively trying to be allies by raising more tolerant kids, perhaps by educating them about racism, reading them books about race and diversity and modeling inclusive behavior.
However, we may not realize how our implicit biases — even in babies — affect our understanding, interpretation, behavior, and choices. Here we offer some suggestions on how to address unconscious bias in your children.
Two years ago, a shiny K-pop boy band with scathing hip-hop bangers and vulnerable pop songs helped me save myself. On the brink of 40, I was married with four children, living the suburban bilingual homeschooling stay-at-home dream I thought I wanted. And yet, I was ready to burn it all down and walk away from the people I love most in the world. Then along came BTS.
There is so much to learn about social justice. Even if you’re not just starting on this journey, it can feel as if you’re taking a sip from a fire hose. Truthfully, there are so many incisive and powerful influencers on Instagram, the difficulty wasn’t finding social justice influencers – it was narrowing them down to a paltry dozen.
For those of us influencers who want to learn more about LGBTQIA+ stories, histories, and issues, it can feel as if there is too much information and we don’t know where to start.
One super easy way to learn is to diversify your feed and include LGBTQIA+ influencers in your social media scrolling. You’re on there anyway, right? Might as well get educated.