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Raising Children Free of Prejudice

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All parents can and must work to see that their involvement in local schools, religious groups, and community organizations helps to promote racial respect and cooperation. Again, our daily lives are the most influential teaching tools we have. Given the racial conflicts and misunderstanding that are still so much a part of our society, we can't expect our children to grow up free of prejudice with no effort on our part. Changed racial attitudes in our children's generation can only come from our positive work today.

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