As our world becomes increasingly diverse, it’s crucial for us to engage in open and meaningful conversations about race with the young minds in our lives. However, navigating these discussions can be challenging. That’s where Deanna Singh, the founder of Story To Tell Books and a distinguished NOTA Speaker, steps in. In this blog post, we introduce you to Deanna Singh and her impactful workshop, “How to Talk to Your Kids About Race.” If you’re interested in booking Deanna as a speaker, please contact NOTA Inclusion via email at or visit our website for more information.

Empower Children and Caregivers with Deanna’s Workshop: How to Talk to Your Kids About Race
Deanna Singh’s workshop offers invaluable insights and guidance for parents, aunts, uncles, mentors, and caregivers who aim to facilitate constructive conversations about race with the young children in their lives. Here’s what you can expect from this transformative session:

    1. The Importance of Open Dialogue: Deanna highlights the significance of addressing race and racism with children at an early age. She encourages open, age-appropriate discussions as a way to help kids develop a healthy understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
    2. Confronting Barriers: This workshop provides practical guidance on addressing and overcoming barriers of prejudice, misinformation, and bias surrounding race. Deanna offers real-world examples and strategies for adults to engage in these conversations effectively.
    3. Respecting Differences: Deanna’s anecdotes and tips emphasize the importance of mutual respect between adults and children, promoting understanding and appreciation of differences in personal and social identity.
    4. Positive Storytelling: As the founder of Story To Tell Books, Deanna Singh has a unique perspective on the power of storytelling. She discusses the impact of positive stories about children of color and how they can play a role in shaping a child’s perspective on race.
    A Workshop for a Brighter Future
    Deanna Singh’s workshop offers much more than just a conversation about race. It nurtures the development of empathetic, inclusive, and open-minded young individuals. Here are a few additional aspects of her session that can enrich your life and the lives of the children you care for:
    2. Fostering Empathy: By teaching children about race, caregivers have the opportunity to instill empathy, compassion, and respect for all individuals, regardless of their racial or ethnic background.
    3. Promoting Equity: These conversations help kids understand the importance of equal opportunities and fairness, contributing to a more equitable society.
    4. Building Bridges: Deanna’s insights empower adults to be effective bridge builders between different generations, fostering deeper connections and understanding.

Contact NOTA Inclusion to Book Deanna Singh:

If Deanna Singh’s workshop aligns with your mission to educate and empower the young minds in your life, don’t hesitate to reach out to NOTA Inclusion. Contact us via email at or visit our website to explore the process of booking Deanna as a speaker.
Deanna Singh’s workshop is not just about talking to kids about race; it’s about creating a brighter future where children understand, respect, and celebrate diversity. With Deanna as your guide, you can play a pivotal role in nurturing a generation that embraces inclusivity, equity, and empathy. Contact us today and take the first step toward empowering the children in your life with Deanna’s invaluable insights.