From The Start: Some Spider Studios + Johnson & Johnson

Some Spider Studios (the largest digital media company for parents, publishing Scary Mommy, Fatherly and The Dad) partnered with Johnson’s baby brands (Johnson’s, Aveeno Baby, and Desitin) to create a series called From The Start: A Parent’s Guide to Talking About Racial Bias. The partnership aims to help parents take on the difficult task of talking to their kids about race. The editorial teams from Fatherly, Scary Mommy and The Dad Some Spider team worked with experts to develop service-oriented, practical content that parents can apply with their own families. From The Start’s videos, articles, infographics, live events & hub focus on why it’s crucial for parents to take an active role in initiating conversations about race and racial bias with children from the start, and how to safely and effectively have those conversations.

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