Author hopes to teach parents and children about systemic racism

Racism continues to be a divisive force as parents and children alike march in protest of police brutality and racism across the country. Horizonte Host Jose Cardenas sat down with new author Monique Joseph to discuss these issues, and how she hopes her new book will help teach children about racism.

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Monique Joseph, Author & Founder of Urban Mommy Inc.

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