Racial Justice and Equity

Talking with Kids about Race, Racism, and White Privilege is a more comprehensive page on these topics from our friends at the Greenfield 4SC Coalition. This page includes the resources on the CTC website, more free resources for talking with children and youth, and list of books, movies, and TV shows.

Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) – Learning for Justice is a trusted source for free educational resources – articles, guides, lessons, films, webinars, frameworks and more. These materials help foster shared learning and reflection for educators, young people, caregivers and all community members.

Embrace Race – A trusted resource for free resources about race and racial justice, including webinars for parents and caregivers, action guides, and more.

Empowering Educators – a free series of short videos and a guide, created by some of the most respected educators on racial justice and equity in schools. This is aimed at educators and has a lot of great info for parents and caregivers as well.

Talking About Race – from The National Museum of African American History & Culture, this page includes sections for parents, educators, and other people who care about equity. It also includes guidance about self reflection on one’s own racial identity.

Talking to Young Children About Race and Racism from PBS kids. Check out the video with Daniel Tiger, Arthur, a diverse group of parents and children, and Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman! This page also has supportive articles for parents and caregivers about race, racism, and how to talk with children.

Teaching Young Children About Body Boundaries A 5-minute video about 3 body boundaries with authors of the Kindergarten and 1st grade module of Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education from The Unitarian Universalists Association and United Church of Christ. More Our Whole Lives videos are available for young children here.