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Resources for Talking with Kids about Race and Racialized Violence

Children’s views on race and racialized violence are influenced by those of their closest caregivers. It is never too early or too late to talk with your children about race and racialized violence. It is important to talk with your children and help them understand their thoughts and feelings about all the recent events. To help get you started we compiled a list of expert resources to guide your conversation and recommended children’s books on the topic. 

From the Spark and Stitch Institute:

From University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development

Last updated October 19, 2020