Reporter Roundup: Talking to Kids About the Unrest | KCET
Reporter Roundup: Talking to Kids About the Unrest
June 3, 2020
On the June 3 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss continued protests in Los Angeles, how to talk to children about it and the latest on LAUSD’s fall plans.
KPCC’s Emily Dugdale was at last night’s protests in Hollywood and has details on what happened.
No matter what age children are going to pick up on the unrest. KPCC’s Mariana Dale has been speaking with some therapists and parents and shares their tips on how to discuss the turbulent times with kids.
Kyle Stokes returns with more details on what is next for the upcoming school year at the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Emily Dugdale @eedugdale
Libby Denkmann @libdenk
Mariana Dale @mariana_dale
Kyle Stokes @kystokes
Adriene Hill @adrienehill
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