Yesterday at the beach I over heard a group of kids around the ages 6-10 discussing whether they like black or white people more. "You don't like black people? That means your racist." Another kid argues, "no it's white people who are the bad people". With all the horrible incidents occurring in our nation we must remember to protect our children but also teach our children about equality and right from wrong. Unfortunately, children must learn that not everyone believes in equality, that minorities are in fact looked at and treated "different" in the eyes of many and that the leader of our country "sees both sides" to racism. Sharing love, helping others and defeating racism starts at home.. educate your children instead of leaving it up to the internet to fill them in. Remember, a child's brain development starts with relationships and experiences..communicating can make the difference in a child's understanding of all this chaos.


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When you’re in your 20's Sundays become made for brunch. Whether it becomes you're every weekend outing, an every other week gets together, or a once a month treat to yourself, I highly suggest you find the right brunch spot for you. Sure, you sip the mimosas and engorge on tasty foods, but the thing about brunching is that there are so many ways to do it. Take a trip downtown; find a swanky brunch spot that fits your high-class taste. If you're looking for a more casual spot try an outdoors brunch, this is perfect for the summer. Grab a drink and get a sun kissed tan while you’re at it. Bringing brunch to your home can be another fun way to enjoy your Sunday. Try new spots, socialize with new people, and end your week with a sensational feeling of overall happiness.

Check out Segafredo's Sunday Art Brunch in Miami, Brickell area!

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