Resources For Kids

Allen, A., Aronson, K., Diverse BookFinder Team,  & Lambert, M. D. (2020). 20 picture books for 2020: Readings to embrace race, provide solace & do good. EmbraceRace. Retrieved from

Anti-Defamation League. (2020).  Children’s reading list.  Retrieved from

Baxley, T. (2020). Social justice parenting. Retrieved from

Baxley, T. (2022, February 10). A parenting experts shares 56 books to teach your kids about race, compassion and social justice – for al young age levels. CNBC. Retrieved from

Dastagir, A. E. (2020, May 31). George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. What do we tell our children? USA Today. Retrieved from

Grose, J. (2020, June 2). These books can help you explain racism and protest to your kids. New York Times. Retrieved from

PBS Kids. (2020, October 9). PBS kids talk about full episode: Race & racism. PBS. Retrieved from

Parker-Pope, T. (2020, July 24). How to raise an anti-racist kid. New York Times. Retrieved from

Penn SGE Newsroom. (2016, July 13). Talking to children after racial incidents. Retrieved from 

Raising Luminaries, & Books for Littles. (2019, October). Anti-racism for kids 101: Starting to talk about race. Retrieved from

Raising Luminaries, & Books for Littles. (2019, October). Anti-racism 102: Why not all racial discrimination is ‘racism.’ Retrieved from

Sesame Street. (2020, October 19). Sesame street: What is racism?. PBS. Retrieved from

Sesame Street In Communities. (2021, March 23). Explaining race #comingtogether. PBS. Retrieved from

USC Rossier School of Education. (2020). Speak up: Opening a dialogue with youth about racism. Retrieved from

Wenner Moyer, M. (2021, July 15). How to raise kids who won’t be racist. The New York Times. Retrieved from


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