What to Say to Kids When the News Is Scary

NPR article that offers great tips for explaining tough topics.


Anti-Racism Activities for grades 3-12

Racism No Way offers anti-racism activities and lesson plans.


Diversity Resources from KIDMAP

Resources and a newsletter every Sunday discussing the latest in diversity in children’s media


Resources on Equity and Inclusion from Safe@School

Diversity lesson plans, materials, book lists, and more to help kids feel safe at school


100 Race-Conscious Things You Can Say to Your Child to Advance Racial Justice

A list of a hundred talking points about subjects including inequality, racism, activism, multi-racial families, police violence, and Black Lives Matters with suggested language appropriate for children.


Tips for Talking with Kids About Race (PDF)

Printable resource from Denver Public Library


Teaching Tolerance

Hundreds of articles, as well as interviews, webinars, podcasts, and more.


Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup

Resources for talking to children about race.


EmbraceRace Resources

Dedicated to raising a generation of children who are “thoughtful, informed, and brave about race,” this website includes articles, interviews, and webinars such as “How Do I Make Sure I’m Not Raising the Next ‘Amy Cooper’?” and “Supporting Kids of Color Amidst Racial Violence.”