This Children’s Magazine Wants to Help Your Kids Engage in Anti-Racist Work

Mighty Kind is a woman of color-owned and mom-run business. Leading with the conviction that kindness, empathy and compassion are teachable skills, Mighty Kind gives children the opportunity to practice those skills. Mighty Kind helps children understand that compassion should extend beyond commonalities and that often practicing kindness doesn’t mean being…

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