A child's concept of race is quite different from that of an adult. Young children perceive skin color as magical - even changeable - and unlike adults, are incapable of understanding adult predjudices surrounding race and racism. Just as children learn to walk and talk, they likewise come to understand race in a series of predictable stages. Based on Marguerite A. Wright's research and clinical experience, I'm Chocolate, You're Vanilla teaches us that the color-blindness of early childhood can, and must, be taken advantage of in order to guide the positive development of a child's self-esteem.
The book that damned an entire town... Fern Fulton - ''I’m the only friend Gloria Wealdon has in this town. How could she write those dreadful things about me and my husband and our daughter?" Virginia Fulton, age 15 - ''Mrs Wealdon’s a stinker and I’d like to murder her and write a sequel to her book. I’d call it Population 12,359.'' Dr. Jay Mannerheim, psychologist - ''Gloria Wealdon has simply touched off unpleasantries that in many cases would have exploded sooner or later anyway.''
The modern woman s guide to having a perfect love life Are you stuck in a relationship which gives you more hurt than happiness? Do you wonder where all the romance of the first days of the relationship vanished? Do you want to get married while he does not believe in marriage? Are you jealous of his hot colleague? If you are saying yes to most of these questions, read on. You are not alone.