What factors are involved with talking to children about the above topics?

I have provided below different links to articles in the Discussion Board as well as one article that I posted on Announcements and emailed to everyone. Therefore, place in google each of the articles. No worries, each article is very short. In class, we discussed issues pertaining to related topics in regards to IQ, Cultural and Racial Identity, Academic Performance, etc.). Therefore, please read and/or peruse the articles. You can focus on at least two of those articles. PLEASE INCORPORATE ASPECT(S) OF AT LEAST TWO OF THE ARTICLES AND at least TWO OF THE VIDEOS IN YOUR REPONSE(S)

Based upon your reading of the articles as well as concepts and theories of cognition and learning, when should children learn about race, lgbtq, and individuals with physical and cognition challenges? Why did you select that particular time frame? What factors are involved with talking to children about the above topics? Think about a range of ages from 1 to 10.
Also,How do you keep the conversation going when your children are adolescents taking into consideration the further development of their cognitive skills (formal operations, socio-cultural and information processing)?

Articles for you to view.
https://www.tolerance.org/topics/gender-sexual-identity

Too few parents talk to their kids about race and identity, report finds


https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/perversity-angry-parents-protest-lgbtq-books-in-loudoun-classrooms/2019/11/10/6dbe0024-01b3-11ea-9518-1e76abc088b6_story.html
https://www.care.com/c/stories/6618/teaching-your-child-about-peers-with-special/

How to Teach Children to Include Classmates With Disabilities


https://www.naeyc.org/resources/pubs/tyc/sep2017/every-child-belongs

Also, view the website below. Provide three examples of what you have learned from the website? Explain. How does this website benefit you in talking to individuals (Children and Adolescents about race, lgbtq, and those who may have cognitive and physical limitations)?
https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/our-new-name-learning-for-justice