Please follow links below for complete information from each organization or activist.
Teaching for Change: The best selection of children’s books on racism and other topics
Asian American Curriculum Project: A project educating the public on the great diversity of the Asian American experience
Rethinking Schools Magazine: an activist publication, with articles written by and for teachers
Zinn Education Project: introduce students to a more accurate, complex, and engaging understanding of United States history than is found in traditional textbooks and curricula.
Skipping Stones: An International Multicultural magazine
Teaching Tolerance magazine: A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center providing classroom tools and resources to reduce prejudice, improve intergroup relations and foster school equity
Teach About Selma: Interactive lessons and recommended resources that invite students to think critically and creatively about today’s continues fight for social justice
Teaching about 1963 in 2013: Civil Rights Movement History Resources
Raising Race Conscious Children: A blog highlighting and supporting parents in conversation with their kids about race
6 Things White Parents Can Do to Raise Racially Conscious Children
How to Talk to Kids About Race: What’s Appropriate for Ages 3-8
5 Things to Know about Talking to Children about Race
Louise Derman-Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves
Enid Lee, et al. Beyond Heroes and Holidays
Nancy Schneidewind Open Minds to Equality
Paul Kivel Boys Will Be Men: Raising Our Sons for Courage, Caring and Community
Allan Creighton and Paul Kivel Helping Teens Stop Violence, Build Community and Stand for Justice
Deborah Menkart Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching
Maureen Reddy Everyday Acts against Racism: Raising Children in a Multiracial World
Ann Pelo and Fran Davidson That’s Not Fair!
Mara Sapon-Shevin Because We Can Change the World: A Practical Guide to Building Cooperative, Inclusive Classroom Communities
Mary Cowhey Black Ants and Buddhists: Thinking Critically and Teaching Differently in the Primary Grades
Debra van Ausdale The First R: How Children Learn Race and Racism
Somewhat dated but also check out Daphne Muse’s The New Press Guide to Multicultural Resources for Young Readers
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