Talking to Children about Race
Resources for Parents, Families, and Caregivers to Talk with Children About Race
Guidance for Family Conversations about George Floyd, Racism, and Law Enforcement
For educators, parents, families, and caregivers, with a focus on ages 11 and up. Questions to start the conversation and information on how to take action. (in English and en Español)
Talking to Kids About Racism, Early and Often
New York Times
A list of books to help parents start the conversation about race with their children, and keep it going.
20 Children’s Books
A list of picture books for parents and caregivers to use to connect with children about racial violence and deal with their emotional needs during this time.
Why Teaching Black Lives Matter Matters
Learning For Justice
All educators have the civic responsibility to learn and teach the basic history and tenets of this movement for racial justice.
Talking about Race for Parents and Caregivers
National Museum of African American History & Culture
Helping parents and caregivers to help children understand what race is, how it operates in society, and why race in America is important.
A Detailed List of Anti-Racism Resources
Book and movie recommendations to help understand systemic racism and implicit bias, with a focus on resources for children and teens.