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Resources for Talking to Children About Racism

Updated: Sep 30, 2022

The first thing I want to share is this book, Something Happened in Our Town: a Child's Story About Racial Injustice is a great starting place to have a conversation with your children.

Helpful Links

I wanted to share this guest blog post by Julie Kratz about How to Talk to Kids About Diversity and Inclusion and this post is about teaching inclusion and kindness to children.

Are Your Kids Too Young to Talk About Race? 

George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor - What Do We Tell Our Children?

How to Talk to Kids About Race, Privilege Amid George Floyd Protests

Table Talk: Family Conversations about Current Events Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk about Race: Resource Roundup

Skin Shades Social Story Talking to Kids About Protesting: 5 Things I Want My Kids to Know

Social Justice Resources

Image below from the Children's Community School

Click this the picture below which brings you to a BLM Reading Room. Then when you click on each resource in the picture it brings you to video resource!

Helping Your Child Cope with Media Coverage of Community Racial Trauma: Tips for Parents from the Disaster and Community Crisis Center, University of Missouri

I will continue to add helpful resources to this page as I find them. Please share any useful resources you may have with me on instagram or facebook.

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