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Resources To Fight Racism

Kids That Do Good is dedicated to fighting racism in America and stands with the Black Community in pursuit of equality. Below are resources to help educate yourself and family on issues of race, resources to help you initiate hard discussions, and resources to help you change the world.  We will continue to update this list so please check back often.

Children’s Book Recommendations Addressing Race/Racism

Explore these lists of books that help with educating kids about racism:

Today’s ParentThe New York TimesBooks for Littles

How to Talk to Kids About Race/Racism

Discover new ways to get the conversation started about race and racism with kids of all ages:

Parents Pregnant ChickenPretty GoodThe Center for Racial Justice in Education@kidsrcapable@drallisonmarkmiami@texasspeechmom

Animated Videos for Kids

Check out these kid-friendly videos on race, equality, and racism:

How to Explain Racism to Kids Hair Love

Examples of Kids Taking Action

Get inspired by some of the many examples of kids doing good:

Children Gather

More Resources

View charitable organizations and additional resources that address racism:

T.D. Jakes FoundationOperation HOPE

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