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How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk
Book - 2012
How to Talk So Teens Will Listen-- & Listen So Teens Will Talk
Book - 2005
Stamped (for Kids)
Racism, Antiracism, and You
Book - 2021
Let's Talk About Race
Book - 2005
How to Teach Kids About Racism
A Guide on How to Educate your Child About Diversity & Being Antiracist
Book - 2020
This Book Is Anti-racist
Book - 2020
SJPL recommends: Talking About Race
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Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture. Since the museum's opening in 2003, the #1 question people ask is how to talk abou...Show more Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture. Since the museum's opening in 2003, the #1 question people ask is how to talk about race. “Let’s Talk! Teaching Race in the Classroom,” has evolved into a collection of resources for others beyond professional educators. Parents and caregivers specifically are addressed in their section, I Am a Parent or Caregiver https://nmaahc.si.edu/learn/talking-about-race/audiences/parent-caregiver Show less
Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence
Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race
Book - 2015
SJPL recommends: Beyond the Golden Rule: A Parent's Guide to Preventing and Responding to Prejudice
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Formerly known as Tolerance.org, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Learning for Justice program moves beyond original goals of trying to reduce prejudice ...Show more Formerly known as Tolerance.org, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Learning for Justice program moves beyond original goals of trying to reduce prejudice and hate and to increase tolerance. They seek to be “a catalyst for racial justice in the South and beyond, working in partnership with communities to dismantle white supremacy, strengthen intersectional movements and advance the human rights of all people.” The 2021 name change reflects “the collaborative work of learning and growing together to reach our goal of justice for all.” Show less
SJPL recommends: Talking to Young Children About Race and Racism | PBS KIDS for Parents
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Here are tips, books, and resources to help you have meaningful conversations with young children about race, racism, and anti-racist behavior. Here are tips, books, and resources to help you have meaningful conversations with young children about race, racism, and anti-racist behavior. Show less
SJPL recommends: How to Talk to Your Children about Protests and Racism - CNN. By Sandee LaMotte, CNN, updated June 2, 2020.
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CNN urges parents of all races to initiate discussions with their children about race and racism in American society. Help your child navigate the trauma...Show more CNN urges parents of all races to initiate discussions with their children about race and racism in American society. Help your child navigate the trauma of images and reports of news events in which they hear about both police actions and both peaceful and violent public protest reactions. Dr. Nia Heard-Garris, chair of the minority health, equity and inclusion committee, American Academy of Pediatrics, emphasizes, “The recent deaths of Breonna Taylor, an EMT who was killed in March after officers forced their way inside her home; Ahmaud Arbery, the 25-year-old unarmed black man shot while taking a jog in rural Georgia in February; and now George Floyd’s death, has many black parents afraid that “the talk” may not be enough. The problem here is systemic racism and disregard for black lives." Show less
So You Want to Talk About Race
Book - 2019
SJPL Recommends:  Anti-Defamation League. Table Talk: Family Conversations about Current Events.
Web Resource
The Anti-Defamation League, "Fighting hate for good," is an anti-hate organization founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of anti...Show more The Anti-Defamation League, "Fighting hate for good," is an anti-hate organization founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry. A global leader in exposing extremism, delivering anti-bias education and fighting hate online, ADL’s ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate." Suggests supportive frameworks for holding family conversations about issues in the news, such as Black Lives Matter, racism, bias, hate crimes based on race, religion, sexual identity, gender, and racial violence. Show less
Crucial Conversations
Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High
Book - 2012
SJPL recommends:  Talking to your kids about racism | UNICEF Parenting
Web Resource
“The way children understand the world evolves as they grow, but it’s never too late to talk to them about equality and racism. Here are some age-appropri...Show more “The way children understand the world evolves as they grow, but it’s never too late to talk to them about equality and racism. Here are some age-appropriate ways to start that conversation and explain that racism is always wrong. … Take every opportunity to challenge racism, demonstrate kindness and stand up for every person's right to be treated with dignity and respect.” Keep the conversation going as they mature. Show less
SJPL Recommends:  How to Talk with Kids About Racism and Racial Violence.| Common Sense Media
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Blog by Allison Briscoe Smith, June 2020. It starts with checking in on yourself, and then listening deeply. Advice from Common Sense Media editors. See...Show more Blog by Allison Briscoe Smith, June 2020. It starts with checking in on yourself, and then listening deeply. Advice from Common Sense Media editors. See also Carolyn Knorr's Blog, on talking with children about any difficult topics https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/how-to-talk-to-kids-about-difficult-subjects Show less
SJPL Recommends:  How White Parents Can Use Media to Raise Anti-Racist Kids | Common Sense Media
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Movies, TV, and books can be powerful teaching tools when it comes to helping kids understand race, racism, and a history of racial oppression. Advice from Common Sense Media editors. Movies, TV, and books can be powerful teaching tools when it comes to helping kids understand race, racism, and a history of racial oppression. Advice from Common Sense Media editors. Show less
How to Have That Difficult Conversation You've Been Avoiding
With your Spouse, Adult Child, Family, Boss, Coworker, Friend, Parent or Someone You're Dating
Book - 2006
Real American
A Memoir
Book - 2017
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