If you're wondering when is the right time to talk to your children about racism, the answer is now.
With the current protests happening in many US cities, many children are wondering what is happening and how we got here. Here are some resources to help you have these conversations with your child.
To read with kids:
From EmbraceRace: Where to Find Diverse Children's Books
From TimeOut: Kids Books About Race that Celebrate Diversity and Inclusion
From the New York Times: These Books Can Help You Explain Racism and Protest to Your Kids
From Teaching for Change: Teaching Young Children About Race
From CNN: How to Talk to Your Children About Protests and Racism
From the University of Pennsylvania: Talking to Children After Racial Incidents
From the National Association of Independent Schools: What White Children Need to Know About Race
From Common Sense Media: How White Parents Can Use Media to Raise Anti-Racist Kids
From the Chicago Public Library: Anti-Racist Reading List From Ibram X. Kendi
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