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That is why they are preparing their children as best as they can. Days after the deaths of two black men in Louisiana and in Minnesota at the hands of police officers, and the mass shooting and killing of five cops in TexasI was bombarded with questions from my 8-year-old daughter.
She had been playing games on her tablet and accidentally clicked on a news app, narrowly escaping the grisly videos many of us have watched online. Fast forward a few more days, and a police shooting in Baton Rouge left three officers dead. Edit Remove "What happened? My partner and I sat her down next to her 9-year-old sister and began to explain.
We also told them that as a black family, we may encounter challenges that their white friends may not. The tears quickly followed. I shared that story with my colleague, James Giddeon. He is an African-American man in his 50s, with four children in their 20s and 30s. Unfortunately, he says, he has had "the talk" with them about how to conduct themselves when they encounter police many times.
The tense police-community relationship is why the National Black Police Association created a brochure titled "What to Do When Stopped by the Police" and posted it online to help minorities handle such situations.
Inyoung black men were nine times more likely than other Americans to be killed by police officers, according to a study by The Guardian. The incidents often began with a traffic stop. Giddeon cannot recall how many times officers have stopped him.
The violence adds to the long list of responsibilities of parents and teachers across the country. How do they help children make sense of it?
Why is it happening? And what can be done? She taught secondary students in the Rochester City School District for more than a decade, and says schools need to be a resource that kids can turn to. Those pressing questions from children can be difficult to answer. How do you explain why Michael Brown was shot and killed in Florida in ?
Or how Sandra Bland was found hanging in a jail cell in Texas last year? Or make sense of the recent killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile — all after altercations with police? Awopetu-McCullough said parents and educators outside the black community should broach the subject, too, once they understand the issue.
April Aycock is a licensed mental health counselor and owner of Awareness Counseling Services. No matter the age of the child, her advice is to listen first; find out what they have already heard from their peers or viewed on social media. However, it is also important to communicate the message appropriately.
You want to be very careful how you frame it, because not all officers are bad officers," said Aycock.If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets.
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