resources

resources list

JEDI Grownups

Anti-racism resources for white people, a widely-shared Google doc, lists videos to watch, articles to read, podcasts to listen to, social media accounts to follow and books

 

Talking race with young children, NPR

 

75 things white people can do for racial justice, Medium contributor Corinne Shutack

 

The Power of We, Sesame street special

 

Motherly, platform for mothers

 

100 Race-Conscious Things you can Say to your Child to Advance Racial Justice from Raising Race Conscious Children

 

Talking to Kids About Racism and Justice: a list for parents, caregivers & educators from the Oakland Public Library

 

60+ Resources for Talking to Kids About Racism, Lorien Van Ness

 

Racial Justice Resources for Families, Massachusetts Conference United Church of Christ

 

Talking to Children About Race and Ethnicity, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences

Toddlers & Preschoolers

The Conscious Kid, an advocacy group that works to raise awareness through literature, offers book bundles focused on racial and social justice for children ages 0-3 (and beyond)

 

Brightly, a website created by the publisher Penguin Random House to help support children's books, has a guide to diversifying your child's bookshelf—and why you should.

 

No Time for Flashcards, a resource for early educators, suggests a list of toys for toddlers and preschoolers that help reinforce positive relationships with people of all backgrounds

 

The Brown Bookshelf, African American children’s book authors and illustrators

Elementary

31 children's books to support conversations on race, racism and resistance, Embrace Race, a community and advocacy site for parents.

 

Here Wee Read offers curated selections of picture books, chapter books, graphic novels and middle readers available from the independent online bookseller Bookshop

Teens

The guide to allyship, an "evolving open-source guide" for helping people outside of the African-American community "become a more thoughtful and effective ally," has helpful discussion guides and resources.

Anatomy of an ally, from the educators' organization Teaching Tolerance

Buzzfeed has a well-curated list of videos, books, podcasts, conversation starters, social accounts

bookstores

Montreal

St-Henri Bookstore https://www.sainthenribooks.com/

 

Librairie Racines https://librairieracines.com/en

 

Coop L’Euguélionne (ressources francophones)

Online

Elisabeth Akron Bookstore

 

Raven Reads