Talking to Kids About Race & Diversity
Virtual Event: Talking to Children Authentically About Race and Racism
PBS KIDS for Parents hosted this important conversation — featuring fellow parents, educators and child development and trauma experts — about how you can talk with young children about racial injustice and violence against Black people.
During the CNN Sesame Street town hall, Elmo discusses racism and what it means to protest with his dad, Louie.
NY Times Article discusses how to talk to kids about racism and provides a list of books to help start the conversation.
Huffington Post article discusses the benefits to providing your child with diverse toys, such as building confidence and nurturing compassion.
We All Have Different Shades of Skin Story provides a simple, basic way to talk about skin color.
Explaining Peaceful Protests Vs. Violence and Looting is a story that explains what peaceful protesting is. It also talks about violence, vandalism and looting in a non-scary way.
"The Tutu Teacher," a kindergarten teacher in Brooklyn helps explain racism to her students.
Nickelodeon has compiled a list of resources for parents who want to discuss racism and bias with their children.
June is Pride Month. Nickelodeon helps you explain the meaning of all the different colors in the rainbow flag to your child.
I am Perfectly Designed
Join Miss Lindsey for a reading of "I Am Perfectly Designed" - an exuberant celebration of loving who you are, exactly as you are, from Karamo Brown, the Culture Expert of Netflix's hit series Queer Eye, and Jason Brown―featuring illustrations by Anoosha Syed.