To Be Black and a Mother: The Significance of Black Mothers’ Racial Socialization Practices
Racial socialization, or the practice of talking to one’s children about race, is a key aspect of African American Mothers’ parenting practices. In this talk, Dr. Turner discusses her recent research on this topic, why racial socialization matters, and her ongoing research on racial-gendered socialization.
Turner, Jennifer, "To Be Black and a Mother: The Significance of Black Mothers’ Racial Socialization Practices" (2021). WRL: Faculty Authors & Achievers Bibliographies. 6.