Reading material and other resources to help you talk to children about equity, race and inclusion.
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resources for talking about race, racism and inequality
Racism and prejudice have a profound impact on children and families in Pittsburgh and across the world. We must teach our children to be kind and compassionate to everyone.
- Resource Roundup: Anti-Racist Education (Remake Learning)
- Addressing Racial Injustice with Young Children (Embrace Race)
- Your Kids Aren’t too Young to Talk About Race (Pretty Good)
- Talking About Race with Kids and Teens (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh)
- Raising Race Conscious Kids (Race Conscious blog)
- Talking to Kids About Discrimination (American Psychological Association)
- Talking to Children About Racial Bias (The American Academy of Pediatrics)
- How to Use Children’s Books to Talk about Race and Racism (PBS Kids)
books for all ages
- Race and Social Justice Books for Kids (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh)
- Books that Promote Diversity and Inclusion (Common Sense Media)
- Books to Inspire Young Activists (Common Sense Media)
- Books About Identity, Bias and Bullying (Anti Defamation League)
- Books About Racism and Justice for Parents, Caregivers & Educators (Oakland Public Library)