There are two common ways to talk about race: biologically and socially. Biological race refers to our physical features—our skin color, facial features, hair textures, and so on. Talking about race from a social viewpoint refers to how we experience race in terms of social norms, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. In this Module, we are going to focus on the social impact of race on children. We will explore how race impacts the way children see the social world, how they understand who they are, and how they interact with others.