Teaching ‘White Fragility’ Is Bad for Kids of Color


Last month, my 8-year-old sister came home from school deflated and torn. She told me that a young boy in her class was making fun of her because of her skin color, comparing her brown skin to fecal matter. I remembered being mocked and tormented for the very same reason in elementary school, growing up in a nearly all-white area in western Canada. Many of my fellow Indian immigrants have experienced it. 

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