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June 2022

Coming Together in Solidarity: Anti-Racist Resources for Parent

Anti-Racist Resources for Parents and Guardians

Parent and Guardians Resources for Children

Talking to Children About Racial Bias

     Author Ashaunta Anderson, MD, MPH, MSHS, FAAP & Jacqueline Dougé,         MD, MPH, FAAP, 7/29/2019,  American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright          © 2019)

Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup

Written By Katrina Michie

The Head Start Early Learning and Knowledge Center Children’s Responses to Crises and Tragic Events

This website: includes a printable tip sheet with information on how young children may respond to tragic events and crises.

The American Psychological Association Talking to Kids about Discrimination

web page at provides practical tips for talking to kids about diversity and discrimination.

Stephanie Tam Rosas, M.A., LMFT

     Resources Racial Equity

Black Lives Matter: Restorative Resources for Families

“BLACK LIVES MATTER: A Resource Collection
Restorative Resources for Black parenting adults, Celebrating Black joy through books & Resources on how to talk to young children about protests, race, & racism”

BLM Instructional Library

This link will take to Black Lives Matter Instructional Library. You can have your child click on each book to hear Read-Aloud! 

Resources for parents and children to have conversations about racism by Brandeis School of  San Francisco 

Videos shown to Faculty, Staff, 7th, & 8th grade at Brandeis

The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah explains our social contract

Author Kwame Alexander reads The Undefeated

Antiracism Resources including books, films, social media 

Highly recommended: The Conscious Kid on Instagram (included)

Sesame Street standing up to racism

Black History Movies That Tackle Racism

That Time I Found Media to Help My Kid Embrace His Hair and Teach His Preschool Class to Appreciate Differences

Watch Out! Classic Movies with Racial Stereotypes

4 Family-Friendly Movies with Afro-Latinx Stars (video)

5 Diverse and Family-Friendly Movies Nominated for Oscars (video)

6 Inspiring Black History Month Movies (video)

Great African American Experience Movies

Movies with Inspiring Role Models for African American Girls

Apps and Games with Diverse Characters

TV Shows with Diverse Characters


Children’s books can help start a conversation about racism

Your kids aren’t too young to talk about race : Resource Roundup

Children’s Books

31 children’s books to support conversations on race, racism and resistance

27 books to help talk to your kids about racism

10 Exciting Books for Young Kids Learning About Black History

Award-Winning African American Books

Books About Racism and Social Justice

Books That Promote Tolerance and Diversity

Books to Inspire Young Activists

Books with Characters of Color 

Coretta Scott King Book Award Winners

Civil Rights Books

Books for Middle Grades

10 Compelling Books for Tweens Exploring Black History

Books for Teens

10 Amazing Books for Teens Exploring Black History

10 Antiracist Books for Young Americans

Ibi Zoboi Books

10 Amazing Books for Teens Exploring Black History

Books Recommended by Ms. Bel 

Middle Grades + Teens

I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Jones

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynolds

Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Black Brother, Black Brother by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Blended by Sharon Draper


Children & YA Literature Black Lives Matter

Here is a list of books focused on honoring Black lives written by Black authors/people of color.  by Dr. Alisun ThompsonTeacher educator and literacy professor at Lewis & Clark College in Portland

The difference between being “not racist” and antiracist (Ibram X. Kendi | TED2020 )

The difference between being "not racist" and antiracist (Ibram X. Kendi | TED2020 )

The Daily Show's Trevor Noah explains our social contract

Raising Antiracist Kids: Empowering the Next Generation of Changemakers

Sesame Street explain Black Live Matter

Author Kwame Alexander reads "The Undefeated"

Classroom Clapback

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