Select Page

Talking to Children about Diversity and Acceptance

Talking to Children about Diversity and Acceptance

Since there is such a wealth of information available online, we have collected a selection for parents to get started with these discussions at home.

Quick Links for Parents:

10 Tips for Teaching And Talking to Kids About Race via Embrace Race and MomsRising

An Anti-Racist Reading List via New York Times

They’re Not Too Young to Talk About Race via The Children’s Community School

Social Media Accounts to Follow:

Embrace Race has a wealth of resources, including free webinars, to “help parents practice raising and caring  all kids, in the context of race.” Follow Embrace Race on Facebook

The Conscious Kid is “an education, research and policy organization dedicated to reducing bias and promoting positive identity development in youth. We partner with organizations, children’s museums, schools, and families across the country to promote access to children’s books centering underrepresented and oppressed groups.” Follow Conscious Kid on Instagram.

Here Wee Read is run by a diversity and inclusion expert (and mom) Charnaie. The mission is to help fellow parents find diverse books, and educational products to help raise curious kids. Follow Here Wee Read on Instagram

Talking About Race via National Museum of African American History & Culture

Resources for Race, Equity, and Inclusion via We Need Diverse Books

How to Talk to Kids About Racism, Racial Violence, and Police Brutality via USA Today

Podcasts and Videos

Talking Race With Young Children via NPR

Helping Kids Process Violence, Trauma, and Race in a World of Nonstop Newsvia Common Sense Media

Digital Issues


Become a PKVIP

Facebook Feed

Get In The Know

Get In The Know

We've offered creative solutions for families in Mississippi for over 25 years. And we're the best at it.

Awesome! We've got some incredible resources headed your way!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This