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How to Talk to Kids About Race: Books That Can Help

Here are a few resources and books to help guide you through conversations about the complex realities of race with the young people in your lives. 12 more words

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Resources for Discussing Police Violence, Race, and Racism With Students

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Two recent recorded police killings of black men and the killings of five police officers in Dallas have left many adults without words, especially not the words necessary to explain the violence and underlying racial issues to children.

Source: Education Week

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Questions Children of Color are Asking: Am I the Next Hashtag?

Consciously working to instill high self-esteem and self-actualization in children of color is paramount to any other form of activism in my life. As adults, we can protest, post Facebook statuses, boycott big-chain stores but what about the children? 39 more words

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This is a post for white teachers – it doesn’t matter if you teach at predominantly white schools or schools with a majority of students of color. 19 more words

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Third Graders Assess and Improve Diversity of Classroom Library

By Jeremy Manger As part of our larger social justice project, my third grade students at High Tech Elementary North County in San Marcos, California completed an investigation into the diversity of our classroom library. 38 more words

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Changing the Narrative: Seeing Positive Images of Black People Helps Reduce Racial Bias in Older White and Asian Children

Previous research has shown children as young as 5 can develop implicit racial biases. But a recent study by the University of British Columbia proves that it’s possible to reduce said biases in older children. 46 more words

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