Talking with Children about Race and Racism

How do you talk with young children about race and racism? When should you start?  What is age appropriate?  Following the death of George Floyd and subsequent protests, many parents and teachers are asking these questions.

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Children’s books can be a good conversation starter. Here are some lists of books with race and anti-racism themes:

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