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Anti-Racism For Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide to Fighting Hate
While this resource was created for parents, educators can also apply the age-by-age suggestions for laying the groundwork of antiracism.
Antiracism Academy: Parent and Teacher Playlist
Antiracism Academy is a Youtube channel that aims to dismantle racism and promote social justice through education. This playlist features all AA's videos about teaching antiracism to kids.
Can You Be Like Antiracist Baby?
A presentation from Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, author of "Antiracist Baby," introducing anti-racist principles to kids.
CBC Kids: Gary Learns about Racism
Gary the Unicorn continues to learn about racism with help from his friends, kids who experience racism in their everyday lives.
CBC Kids: What is Racism?
Gary the Unicorn's friends, Tony and Janaye, teach him the basics of what racism is, how it happened, and how to stop it.
Explaining Race: Sesame Street
Elmo meets Wes and his dad Elijah on a nature walk, where they teach Elmo about how melanin makes us all look different.
How To Talk to Kids About Race
As this video from the Atlantic says, "the worst conversation to have with kids about race is no conversation at all."
I Love My Hair: Sesame Street
This song from Sesame Street features a young Black girl who loves her natural hair in any style, and encourages you to love yours too.
See Colour: The Crystal Gems Say Be Anti-Racist
Amethyst of the Crystal Gems is doing a PSA about racism, but the message that "race doesn't matter" doesn't seem right to her. A short about why talking about racism, not ignoring it, is important.
Tell The Whole Story: The Crystal Gems Fight Racism
Pearl of the Crystal Gems loves science, but she doesn't like it when the whole stories of Black inventors and their struggles aren't told.
WNYC: Kids on Race
Presented by New York public radio, kids in this video talk about their experiences with racism, racial stereotyping and discrimination.
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