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virtual sites and parent resources

Embrace Race – A national organization that creates resources for families, teachers and the community to help raise a generation of children that are thoughtful, informed and brave about race. Resources include articles, webinars, action guides, children’s books and stories.

Raising Race Conscious Children – A national organization to support parents and teachers who are trying to talk and race and diversity with young children. The goal of these conversations is to prepare young people to work toward racial justice. 

National Museum of African American History and Culture Talking About Race Resources – National organization that provides tools and guidance to inspire peoples’ conversations and journeys in learning about race.

Teaching For Change – National organization that provides parent, caretaker and teacher social justice education resources and information on a variety of important social justice topics.

Twin Cities Public Television - How to have Tough Conversations about Racism with Kids

parenting articles

American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP): Talking to Kids about Racism Blog

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee – Pace Journal Article: Children Are Not Color Blind

Huffpost Article: How Does Racism Survive an Education?

PBS Article: What is Race? Having a Conversation with Young Children

Star Tribune Article: Imagine You are a Black Teen in North Minneapolis

NY Times Article/Lesson Plans: Teaching Ideas and Resources to Help Students Make Sense of the George Floyd Protests

for adult research and longer articles

Sojourners Article: For Our White Friends Desiring to be Allies (linked pdf)

International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, Vol 3 (3) (2011) pp 54-7, Robin DiAngelo, Article: White Fragility (linked pdf)

curated kids’ and teen booklists

suggested children’s titles

Hennepin County Library Guide: Anti-racism: #BlackLivesMatter tools to talk about race for children

Hennepin County Library: MN Author List – Artika Renee Tyner

Saint Paul Libraries Guide: Picture Books to Celebrate Blackness

Ramsey County Guide: Ramsey County Books List for Supporting Children (linked pdf)

Saint Paul Libraries Guide: Talking About Race with Young Children

Saint Paul Libraries Guide: Talking About Race With School-Age Children

Saint Paul Libraries Guide: Resources on Race: Picture Books and Easy Non-Fiction

suggested teen titles

Hennepin County Libraries Guide: Anti-racism: #BlackLivesMatter tools to talk about race for teens

combined lists

Saint Paul Libraries Guide: Talking With Children and Teens About Racism

book selection help (includes book lists)

Social Justice Books Initiative

Teaching for Change Guide to Selecting Anti-bias Books

We Need Diverse Books Racial Justice and Inclusion Information

book lists for adults

Hennepin County Library Selection: Me & White Supremacy

Saint Paul Libraries Resources on Race

Denver Public Library eBook and Blog on Recommended Anti-racism Resources

other articles

Business Insider Article: What It Really Means to Be an Anti-Racist, and Why it's Not the Same as Being an Ally

New York Times Magazine Article: American’s Enduring Caste System

MN Society of Certified Public Accountants Article: Embracing diversity, equity and inclusion in your office

articles for tweens and teens

Star Tribune Article: Imagine You are a Black Teen in North Minneapolis

NY Times Article: Civil Conversations for Teenagers, Forum #3 – the Fight for Racial Justice

NY Times Article: Civil Conversations for Teenagers, Forum #4 – Race, Gender and Identity

NY Times Article: Student Opinion: How Much Racism Do You face in Your Daily Life?

NY Time Article: How Much Racism Do You Face Every Day – 101 African American Teenagers Respond

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