With headlines flooding our news feed, now is a good time to connect as a family to discuss race.
We’ve gathered several useful resources to help facilitate age-appropriate conversations:
Parents, here are 20 resources tailored for all ages, from toddlers to teens.
CNN recently partnered with “Sesame Street” for Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism, a town hall for kids and families to watch together.
There many books that discuss race, and diversity. We’re highlighting a few reading lists:
- This New York Times list suggests books to help you explain racism and protests in an age-appropriate way.
- These 10 children’s books tackle the difficult topics of racism and activism.
At Holt-Sunny Ridge we proudly celebrate diversity among our families and hope these resources offer support to adoptive parents as they talk to their child(ren) about race.