Parenting in the First 3 Years Podcast
#97 What Children Teach Us About Race
with Christine Platt and Catherine Wigginton Greene
In this episode, Christine, Catherine and I delve into a subject that is both timely and essential – the dynamics of interracial friendships and the impact of these relationships on the journey of parenting.
So, whether you’re a parent, a friend, or someone seeking a deeper understanding of these crucial conversations, this episode promises insights, laughter, and a wealth of perspectives.
Catherine Wittington Greene, a writer and filmmaker based in Washington, DC, is dedicated to storytelling that enhances human connection and understanding. Her feature documentary, ‘I’m Not Racist . . . Am I?’ continues to be utilized across the United States as an educational tool for initiating conversations on race. A graduate of Coe College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Catherine is presently pursuing her doctorate at The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development.
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