Motown and Social Justice

Teaching my kid about segregation and civil rights

So much awesome crammed in one place Photo by classicmotown.com

It’s hard to talk to our kids about racism, yet it’s an ongoing conversation we as parents need to initiate. It’s always easier to teach using real-life examples your child may already be familiar with. One of the most useful in my family has been the rise of Motown during the age of segregation.

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Kathy Copeland Padden

Kathy Copeland Padden

is a news junkie, history buff, and music fanatic surfing the End Times wave with bemusement. Come along!

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