Natalie Portman explains how she speaks to her children about social justice

Natalie Portman, the award-winning actress and director, has opened up about the conversations she has with her children about social justice.

In an interview with the Independent, Portman discussed the importance of raising children with an understanding of the world around them. She explained that her own children are learning about social justice from a young age.

“My children are very young, but I'm already teaching them about social justice,” Portman said. “I'm trying to show them how different people have different experiences, and how, as a result, people have different needs. It's important for them to understand that everyone is not the same, and that everyone deserves respect and kindness.”

Portman also shared her thoughts on how parents can help their children understand the importance of social justice. She said that conversations about social justice should start at a young age, and that parents should make an effort to expose their children to different cultures and experiences.

“It's important to discuss issues of social justice with your children and to expose them to different cultures,” Portman said. “It's also important to let them know that they can use their voice to make a difference in the world. We have a responsibility to show our children that they can take action when they see something wrong in the world, and that they can be a part of the solution.”

Portman's comments come at a time when social justice has become a major topic of discussion. In recent years, the Black Lives Matter movement has gained global attention, and conversations about race, gender, and other social issues have become increasingly common. Portman's advice to parents is an important reminder that it's never too early to start teaching children about social justice.