All Children - All Families: Pronouns 101

A pronoun is a word used to refer to either the people who are tallking (like “I” or “you”) or a person being talked about in the third person (like “she/her,” “he/him,” and “they/them”). Since some pronouns are gendered (“she/her” and “he/him”), it is important to be intentional about the way we use pronouns as we all work to create as inclusive an environment as possible. This document outlines why pronouns matter, some tips on pronoun etiquette, and a chart offering examples of pronouns in use. 

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