HS #240 Talking With Our Children About Racism  Susan Seay

HS #240 Talking With Our Children About Racism Susan Seay

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Episode #238 — Susan Seay

Susan Seay’s main message to moms is that we have the privilege and the responsibility of being present and purposeful with our children, every day with every topic we race. Today we’re talking about what intentionality looks like in the conversation about race relations and local social justice for our brothers and sisters of color.

TODAY’S GUEST:

Our guest today is Susan Seay, an international speaker, life coach, and host of the podcast “Mentor 4 Moms.” Susan is also a homeschooling mom of seven, with 19 years of educating her children under her belt.

QUOTES:

  • “What you don’t do is remain silent.” (Susan Seay)
  • “There’s a hope within me that calls me forward… to keep showing up.” (Susan Seay)
  • “When we minimize motherhood to the tasks we do… we miss the role we play in our children’s lives. This is about discipleship.” (Susan Seay)
  • Just as racism has historically been passed down from one generation to the next within the family, so can humility, equality, and healing be passed down around the kitchen table.” (Wendy Speake)

CONNECT WITH SUSAN:

Susanseay.com

Instagram @susanlseay

Mentor 4 Moms Podcast

CONNECT WITH WENDY:

wendyspeake.com

Instagram

Facebook

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