Resources for Talking about Race
- Watch the Entire CNN/Sesame Street Racism Town Hall: CNN's Van Jones and Erica Hill partner with "Sesame Street" for Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism, a town hall for kids and families.
- Five Ways to Reduce Racial Bias in Your Children (by Greater Good magazine): Trustworthy practical tips from UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center.
- Research-Based Advice on Teaching Children Not to Be Racist (by the Atlantic): Two researchers offer proven and age-appropriate strategies for reducing bias and prejudice in the early grades.
- Social Justice Books (by Teaching for Change): A highly recommended resource for preschool and elementary school educators, this list of books intersects with all kinds of important cultural and social issues and will help students build perspective.
- 10 Tips for Teaching and Talking to Kids About Race (by Embrace Race): These tips explain how adults can help kids combat bias and prejudice and develop more open perspectives.
From Everett Public Schools:
- Books Families Can Read About Activism
- Internet Resources for Talking with Children about Racism and Appreciating Diversity
- Books Families Can Read about Racism and Appreciating Diversity
Resources for Processing Trauma