Ep 91 Developing the Next Generation of Little Allies

In this episode of The Forum Podcast Julie Kratz shares stories, ideas, and research from her new children’s book, “Little Allies.” She discusses the importance and impact of having conversations about diversity, inclusion, and allyship earlier with the children in our lives. Julie wrote her book in response to difficult conversations about racism at home with her own daughters. “Little Allies” and this talk are meant to be a resource to help parents and people leaders everywhere guide little ones along this journey toward allyship." Learning Outcomes Why we need to talk to kids and start this conversation earlier What being an ally means: Allyship starts at home and kids naturally enjoy diversity How to be an ally: Allyship is a journey and adults are modeling it every day --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fwi/support

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The Forum on Workplace Inclusion podcast offers an opportunity to engage with diversity, equity, and inclusion topics on a monthly basis. With a wide array of relevant DEI topics, we welcome you to join in each month as attendees from a variety of industries around the globe participate and share their ideas. For 31 years, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® has served as a convening hub for those seeking to grow their leadership and effectiveness in the field of diversity and inclusion by engaging people, advancing ideas and igniting change. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fwi/support