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Rebekah Gienapp

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Rebekah Gienapp is a writer, speaker, religious educator and parenting coach. Her work focuses on nurturing a commitment to social justice and antiracism in children, especially those whose families hold privilege. She is the author of “Raising Antiracist Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide for Parents of White Children.” Her work has been featured by The Washington Post, Parenting Forward, and MLK50: Justice Through Journalism. Find more of her resources for parents and educators at rebekahgienapp.com

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