A Resource Guide to Teaching Our Children & Ourselves About Racism

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As moms, we want to do everything we can to raise kind, compassionate, and inclusive children. We want to teach them how to love, how to care, and how to embrace people of all backgrounds, races, and cultures. 

But where do we start? 

Learning starts at home, and can happen right in our own communities. Below is a list of both local and national resources to help us expand our understanding of racism, white privilege, and how we can learn to be a better ally and neighbor. 

To jump to a specific section, click on one of the links below. 




Resources for Parents 

Becoming an Ally


Movies & Television

  • The Hate U Give
  • Just Mercy
  • 13th
  • American Son
  • Clemency
  • Dear White People
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • See You Yesterday
  • Selma
  • When They See Us
  • Sesame Street & CNN | Coming Together: Standing Up To Racism

Children’s Books

Adult Books

Accounts to Follow

Local Organizations to Follow for Event & Volunteer Opportunities

Other Ways to Support the Black Community


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