The below resources are provided to help parents, faculty, staff and other community members navigate challenging conversations with students around issues of race and inequity.
This list of resources will be updated and augmented over time.
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Building Solidarity among Black & Latinx Kids & Families: Thursday, October 8 at 8:30 p.m.- Join this conversation with Ronda Bullock and Fabiola Salas Villalobos from We Are about their multifaceted efforts to build solidarity among Black and Latinx children and families. We Are is an organizationworking to extend anti-racist education. .
-This workshop takes place over the course of three 8-hour days. The same group of 20 educators is present for the entire workshop, which creates an in-depth and personal experience as participants get to know one another and support one another to meet their goals. Every institute includes a panel of local high school students willing to share their experiences with race in school.
To read, listen and watch for older students and adults:
(Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility)
(Free On Demand Webinar)
y (NAIS Webinar Recording)
(Webinar Recording featuring: Bettina Love, Gholdy Muhammad, Dena Simmons and Brian Jones)
To read, listen and watch for Lower and Middle School students:
(New York Times)
(Penn GSE News)
(Child Mind Institute)
Books that celebrate differences:
by Fran Manushkin and Lauren Tobia
by Kate DePalma, Tessa Strickland, and David Dean
by Sonia Sotomayor
Books for younger students that discuss difficult topics (police shooting, white privilege, discrimination):
by Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins and Ann Hazard
by Duncan Tonatiuh
by Anastasia Higginbotham
Jilly P. by Alex Gino (ages 8+)
by Irene Latham & Charles Waters (ages 8+)
with the authors of ABCs of Diversity, Y. Joy Harris-Smith and Carolyn Helsel