How to Talk to Children About Race presented by Deanna Singh
- 11:00 AM
As parents, aunts, uncles, and mentors of young children, it is our responsibility to be racial advocates and properly educate our children about issues of race and racism. But, often we don’t know how. Join Deanna Singh, Founder/Chief Change Agent of Flying Elephant, for this free virtual event. The focus will be on how to talk to your children about race in the right way to help children develop a healthy understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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Deanna Singh is an accomplished author, educator, business leader, and champion for marginalized communities. As the Founder/Chief Change Agent of Flying Elephant, Deanna consults with individuals and companies that are looking to make a positive difference in the world. She is known for giving clients the tools and courage to imagine, activate, and impact the world as agents of change.
A social entrepreneur at her core, Deanna is always at the forefront of social change. She has established and operated multiple social innovations, including the NYC office of LIFT which helps people find a way out of poverty for good; Milwaukee's Street Law Program, an interactive legal program that has taught over a thousand Milwaukee students basic legal knowledge; and Birth Coach Milwaukee, which provides doula services for women who otherwise could not afford them.
Singh earned her Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from Fordham University, a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University, and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is also the author of two children’s books, I am a Boy of Color, and I am a Girl of Color and a business book, Purposeful Hustle.