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Parents, let's teach our children to break the cycle and stop assigning moral value to weight loss or weight gain.
Parents can work on raising children who embrace diversity and inclusion when they're babies and toddlers.
Parents and kids will love reading these inclusive picture books together.
Here's some expert-backed advice for parents who want their children to be positive forces in their communities.
Start the conversations when they're young and encourage openness so they can learn about wealth, money, pay and discrimination.
As a parent, you have the power to encourage — or discourage — your child's cross-racial friendships.
Parents should read their kids multicultural "any child" stories. Here are 15 new ones that celebrate inclusion.
From Barack Obama's hair touching moment to the impact of "Hamilton," these examples highlight the power of diversity in children's media, toys and more.
Parents have a responsibility to teach young children some basic etiquette. Here's how.
Representation and a celebration of diversity ― racial, physical, gender and more ― are important for children to see. Here are streaming movies that do it well.