Ep. 164: Who Are We to Other People's Kids?, plus Talking With Our Kids About Racism with Aya de Leon

Biz and Theresa wonder if we're overstepping our boundaries when our kids' friends ask us questions about the way the world works or need our help solving a problem. Are we "parenting" other people's kids, or is this just what they mean when they say, "It takes a village!" Plus, Biz is inconsistent in her feminist teachings, Theresa's kids are taking "dress up" to a new level, and we talk with author, activist, UC Berkeley faculty, and mom Aya de Leon, about how to talk with our young kids about racism, inequality, and activism. Aya de Leon online Uptown Thief, by Aya de Leon   Aya de Leon on How to Talk to Small Children About Racism   12 Books to help talk about race and activism with your kids: https://mommypoppins.com/new-york-city-kids/community/12-books-to-help-talk-about-race-and-activism-with-your-kids   Share your genius and fail moments! Call 206-350-9485* *Be sure to tell us at the top of your message whether you're leaving a genius moment, a fail, or a rant! Thanks!! Share a personal or commercial message on the show! Subscribe to One Bad Mother in iTunes Join our mailing list!

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