On My Mind

There are children's books on Rosa Parks and Anne Frank, but where's the one about Maria Hertogh?

If we don’t steer the conversations ourselves, our children will be steered by external forces

Children are quick to pick up on biases around them. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: ST FILE
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In the past year or so, I have become intimately acquainted with Rosa, Mohandas and Anne.

My six-year-old daughter Kei An enjoys their company, and on many an evening, before bed, we all spend some time together.

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