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“As parents[/caregivers], we should raise children who can express notions of racial equality, who can see racial disparities as a problem, and who can do their own small part to challenge this big problem of racism.”
-Ibram X. Kendi, author of the upcoming Antiracist Baby board book
Why should I talk to my child(ren) about race?
When should I talk to my child(ren) about race?
How should I talk to my child(ren) about race?
“The more you practice something, the more you’re exposed to it the less you fear. Talk about physical differences between people, racial differences, limit making value-based judgments because of someone’s skin color or tone. Parents think about the kind of adult you’re raising, not just the child you’re raising but the endpoint, the kind of adult you want that child to be.”
-Dr. Gia Washington Readoux
Note: These resources are not comprehensive. Please utilize this page to connect with further information using these links from existing organizations doing this work.
Updated: July 2020
Children's Books About Race
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Antiracism Parenting Resources
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