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Resources for Talking About Race with Young Children

At Kinderberry Hill, modeling and demonstrating behavior and having conversations with children are important pieces of our Character Education Curriculum.

If you are uncertain of where to start conversations about racism with your young children, there are many resources available to help support you and your child. We encourage you to seek additional information from Black, Indigenous, and other people of color.

Articles for Families:

Talking to Children about Racial Bias

How to Teach Children about Cultural Awareness and Diversity

Anti-Racism for Kids 101: Starting to Talk about Race

Talking about Race with Young Children

Children’s Book Lists:

Black Lives Matter Instructional Library: Read Aloud Books

These Books Can Help You Explain Racism and Protest to Your Kids

Looking for Excellent “Diverse” Books for Children? Start Here!

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