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One Question: How Can We Talk to Kids About Race?

Early childhood education professor Fabienne Doucet answers in 90 seconds.

“The important thing is not to stop questioning,” Albert Einstein once said. “Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” In this series, we turn to NYU faculty—specialists in their fields—to address the general questions that we all encounter as we move through the world. Here, Fabienne Doucet, associate professor of early childhood education, tackles the question: How can we talk to kids about race?