Ramon Stephens

executive director at The Conscious Kid

Ramon Stephens on KCRW

The Conscious Kid is a nonprofit that helps families and educators foster anti-racist conversations through books that feature characters from underrepresented communities.

Teach your kids about racial issues through these books: ‘Change Sings,’ ‘Hair Twins,’ ‘My Two Border Towns’

The Conscious Kid is a nonprofit that helps families and educators foster anti-racist conversations through books that feature characters from underrepresented communities.

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