Beyond 'The Talk': How Parents Prep Their Black Children For The World
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Kimmia Sanders says from a very early age her mother made sure her children were prepared to deal with the reality of being Black in the U.S.
"As a child, my mom was always talking to me about how to carry myself being a young Black woman in America. Being Black, you have to handle certain situations differently because if you're not careful things can go south really quickly."
"Being Black in America is a really hard thing... in some cases it can cost you your life," said Kim Sanders.
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