As protests continue against the violence and racism that African-Americans experience every day, it’s important to use our voices and actions to stand up to that racism. Join co-hosts Kimberly Hays de Muga and Amanda Day as they share resources for opening up the conversation and understanding how we can all do our part.
Anti-Racism and You and Me
The following resources were shared during this episode. All information was current as of Thursday, June 11, 2020.
- Giant Google doc of unknown origin. If you know who created this, please let us know. It’s chock full of great resources.
- Article: 75 Things White People Can Do. An article by Corinne Shatuck first posted on Medium (an online platform) in 2017, but it has been updated along the way.
- National Bail Fund Network
- List of Black-owned Independent Bookstores
- Article: Just 27 Cool Products from Black-Owned Business
- Wonderful candles (yes, this is from Kimberly) and other treats from a growing business owned by a black women
Resources to open up communication with your children:
- The Watsons Go to Birmingham
- The Hate U Give
- Coretta Scott King Book Award Winners
- 31 children’s books to support conversations on race, racism, and resistance
- Podcast: Parenting Forward episode “Five Pandemic Parenting Lessons with Cindy Wang Brandt
- Podcast: Fare of the Free Child
- Podcast: Integrated Schools episode “Raising White Kids with Jennifer Harvey”
- Article: PBS’s Teaching Your Child about Black History Month
- Article: Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup from Pretty Good
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