Nicola Rollock discusses her research with professional families of black Caribbean heritage across England which reveals that although parents are engaged, involved and concerned about their children's education success, they were particularly concerned about how to ready and protect their children from racist stereotyping – and how and when to talk to them about the dangers of racism.

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