Whether it's racially coded language like dog-whistles around "the woke agenda" or "the great replacement theory" or overt messaging, it's important to understand how language is used to communicate, manipulate, obfuscate and ultimately, wield power.
Celebrate the lives of Asian Americans, Native Hawai'ians & Pacific Islanders: nonfiction for Kids, tweens & young teens
Explore the experiences and contributions of Asian Americans, Native Hawaii'ans and Pacific Islanders in these nonfiction books for grades K-8.
Cooking is a great way for even young children to practice measuring, counting, and estimating, and these picture books include recipes you can make together. Early math skills are linked with higher reading and test scores later in life, and cooking is an easy way to show kids that math can be fun. Celebrate March Mathness with books, baking and cooking!
If you are working to improve your understanding of the impacts of racism, oppression and white supremacy, here are some more books, websites, resources and guides to keep learning.
These books, websites and short films may help Kids and family and educators learn more about dyslexia and how to help children and teens understand and thrive.
The Black Resources Collection (BRC) offers a wide variety of materials relating to the Black Diaspora. This is a curated list of books about self-care and mental health that center on the Black experience.
The Black Resources Collection (BRC) offers a wide variety of materials relating to the Black Diaspora. This is a curated list of books about caring for our bodies that center on the Black experience.
Puberty, body and emotional changes, and sex education for all genders, especially good for tweens/preteens in grades 4, 5, and 6 and the adults in their lives.
Talking to Kids and family explicitly about race is challenging for many adults, especially white adults, who may be entirely new to this conversation. But research shows it's the best way to raise antiracist Kids and family. The good news is that books can provide the language and pictures to help guide these very important conversations. Here are some of my favorites.