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Early Risers
George Floyd’s death was a tragedy and a wake up call — expanding a global conversation about race and racism. And young children have been watching it all. So how do we help them make sense of this? Early Risers is podcast from Little Moments Count and MPR with frank facts, engaging stories and real how-tos for anyone who cares about raising children with a clear-eyed understanding of cultural differences, race and implicit bias. Hosted by Dianne Haulcy of Think Small.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 18 ratings
One of the beautiful aspects of learning how to have tough conversations with children is that the same concepts often apply to having those same conversations with adults. This podcast is equipping us with invaluable tools for EVERY conversation we look to have around challenging topics!
Notgreatbutgettingbetter via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/12/21
Looking forward
Although I rarely get out of the house these days, today I decided to pick up takeout for lunch. During my brief drive, I was able to listen to the initial interview with Dianne Haulcy debuting this new podcast. Perfect timing! As an early childhood educator and professor of early education, this...Read full review »
Megan Rogholt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/16/21
Recent Episodes
This special episode sounds a little different than our normal one-on-one conversations. This is an edited recording of the Early Risers event we hosted on June 17th called Teaching Anti-Racism. There is an incredible panel of experts on early childhood, racial identity and racism including Dr....
Published 06/25/21
In schools and old children’s books, Native people are often talked about in terms of history. But Brook Lafloe has been creating toys and teaching tools to connect all children to contemporary Native culture in an authentic and respectful way.  In this conversation with podcast host Dianne...
Published 05/26/21
This week we’re asking a pretty fundamental question that parents might get from their kids: where does racism come from? In this deep and lively conversation host Dianne Haulcy speaks with Resmaa Menakem - therapist, coach and best selling author of My Grandmother’s Hands. He breaks down how...
Published 05/19/21
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