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How do we get better at ending racism for kids in Canada?

Arjun Ram of CBC Kids News joins Duncan McCue to talk to kids, parents, educators and others to discuss how we can better fight racism that faces young people across Canada.

Arjun Ram of CBC Kids News joins Duncan McCue to co-host

Thousands gather in solidarity with the George Floyd protests across the United States in Winnipeg on June 5, 2020. (John Woods/The Canadian Press)
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As marches and protests against systemic racism continue across Canada and around the world, Checkup puts the spotlight on how conversations about race and racism are affecting youth.

Children and teenagers are no stranger to racism and racist remarks, whether they happen in the classroom, school gym, hockey rink or on social media. 

This week, Arjun Ram of CBC Kids News joins Duncan McCue to talk to kids, parents and educators to discuss how we can better fight racism that faces young people across Canada.

Our show question: How do we get better at ending racism for kids in Canada? 

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