Walk into any school and you'll see students sitting in segregated groups. It's no surprise since they go home to segregated neighborhoods in an America that has a tough time having honest, productive conversations about race. Beverly Daniel Tatum's book "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria" is a must read for understanding the psychology of racism and learning how we get past our reluctance to talk about race with children at home and in education settings .
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