Talking to Your Children About Racism

Dealing with racism is not just for adults.  Children and parents can work together to remove racism, hatred, and division.  Respecting the dignity of every human being needs to be discussed throughout the different stages of a child’s life and parents need resources to enable them to listen and talk about the tough issues.  Below are resources (books and discussion questions/activities) to help navigate these difficult but necessary conversations about race and racism with their children.

Infant and Pre-school Reading Guide

Antiracist Baby
We're Different, We're the Same
I Love My Hair
Come In Come In
Our Skin

Early Elementary Reading Guide

Older Elementary Reading Guide

Middle and High School Reading Guide

Antiracist Baby
This Book Is Anti-Racist
Stamped, Racism, Antiracism and You

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