Chances are you’d be surprised to learn that a baby may already have a bias toward people of a different race. We were surprised to hear the results of a study that claims just that. Today we talk with Dr. Kang Lee from the University of Toronto about his findings and what all dads can do to raise children who are kind and welcome to all people. It’s a podcast that will require you to listen with an open mind.
About the author, James
Thank you for joining me for the Positively Dad journey! My name is James Shaw and I'm a husband and father. I live in the Tampa Bay area with my wife, Terri and our young daughter, Naomi. The goal with Positively Dad for us to think, learn and grow. It's easy to get caught up in the day to day and miss opportunities to become amazing fathers. I trust that the conversations we have on Positively Dad will help you see that fatherhood is truly a journey and that we are better together than figuring it all out on our own.
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[…] you know that babies as young as six-months old notice differences in skin color? We did a podcast on that study earlier in the year and that lead us to this week’s conversation. Knowing that kids may show a preference to […]