Thanks for a great virtual walk today!
Hope to "see" you next month on
Sunday, October 11, 10 am, for our next virtual walk!
Talking to Kids About Bias
Dear Walkers,

Thank you to those of you who joined us live for our September 2020 virtual Walk with a Doc today!

For the September walk, we welcomed Dr. Tricia Sellers, Director of Pediatric Hospitalists at Summerlin Hospital, who presented a brief, kid-friendly talk about discussing bias with kids and then took questions live. Dr. Sellers also penned a blog post on Bias in Medicine for the Nevada AAP website worth checking out. If you missed it, watch the video replay of Dr. Seller's talk here.

There are a number of children's books that are also helpful for parents to discuss bias with kids. Here are some of Dr. Sellers' recommendations:

  • Preschool
  • “Two Eyes, a Nose, and a Mouth”
  • “Shades of People”
  • Early School
  • “Grandpa, is everything black bad?”
  • “Sulwe”
  • Middle-High School
  • “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You”
  • “This Book is Anti-Racist”

Below are a number of links to resources to better understand bias and how to talk to kids about it.
Talking to Children About Racial Bias

​​​By: Ashaunta Anderson, MD, MPH, MSHS, FAAP & Jacqueline Dougé, MD, MPH, FAAP Given the tragic and racially-charged current events, many parents are wrestling with their own feelings, the hopes they have for their children, and the difficulty...

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www.healthychildren.org
Talking to Young Children about Bias and Prejudice

The process of countering negative attitudes with positives begins at an early age. Louise Derman-Sparks, an educator and specialist on child development, points to three major issues that are important to keep in mind when talking to children...

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www.adl.org
Bias in Medicine

Tricia Sellers, MD, FAAP

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nevadaaap.org
Project Implicit

Register to find out your implicit associations about race, gender, sexual orientation, and other topics!

Read more
implicit.harvard.edu
Home | Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity

Building on an idea developed and long championed by economists Darrick Hamilton and William "Sandy" Darity Jr., as well as 15 years of practice and research around children's savings programs, A Birthright to Capital outlines the case for why...

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kirwaninstitute.osu.edu
Next Walk on
Sunday, October 11
When it is safe to do so, we will resume our in-person walks in Las Vegas and Reno.

In the meantime:
  • Keep walking every day
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Bring water
  • Keep 6 feet from other people
  • For everyone 2 years and older, wear a mask when you can't socially distance

We hope to "see" you at our next live virtual walk on Sunday, October 11 at 10 am. We will send registration details and a flyer soon.