Anti-Racism Resources and Conversations with Kids

Anti-Racism Resources and Conversations with Kids

Anti-racism resources and conversations with kids has been a hot topic during the past several weeks. The occupational therapists at AZ+A have been collecting these resources over the past six weeks for our kids and families. Just as we shared resources about talking to kids about COVID, we‘re sharing anti-racism resources/action-steps for kids in order to support our families in starting or continuing the conversation with their kids, when and if they feel the time is right.

For younger kids: Sesame Street Racism Town Hall 

For kindergartners: Let’s Talk About Race

Book recommendations for kids up to 9 years-old: Anti-Racism for Kids 101

Something for all ages: How to Talk to Your Kids About Protests and Racism

A toolkit by CPS to support teachers and promote anti-racism in the classroom: Say Their Names

Advice from 67,000 Pediatricians

Organizations who have been doing this work:

Embrace Race

Teaching Tolerance