6. Use Education
Besides your home, school is the second likeliest place for your child to engage in discussions about race, which is why you should choose and enroll them in a school that nurtures diversity. These progressive atmospheres will help you arm your kid with empowerment, and keep your nerves at bay, knowing they are in a safe cultural environment that is conducive to who they really are.
7. Keep it Colorful
Because there is strength in numbers, remind your kids that the world is changing and that there are plenty of other mixed families around. Encourage them to develop a culturally and racially mixed social circle, where surrounded by like-minded peers, they will feel less marginalized and “different.”