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Resources for Talking to Your Child or Teen About Racism

June 9, 2020

Black lives matter.

Below is a list of resources with important historical data, help for processing emotions related to current events, and ways to keep anti-racism at the forefront. Parents can share with their children to facilitate discussion and encourage reflection.

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For Parents

Articles to read

Things to listen to

 

For Parents to Share with Kids

Things to watch and discuss

Books to read together

 

For Teens and Parents

Things to watch on Netflix

Info-graphics from Instagram to view

Social media accounts to follow

Following accounts linked to the anti-racism movement will help you and your teen stay up-to-date and active. #blacklivesmatter

 

Please feel free to share any helpful links we did not include in the comments below.

Morgan Koder

Written by Morgan Koder

Morgan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2013 with degrees in Economics and Political Science, and gradually realized her love for marketing during her extended pit stop in corporate sales. She joined Team Revibe in the Fall of 2018 because she knew it would feed her soul, not just her tummy. A wordsmith at heart, she loves communicating with Revibe’s customers through the marketing content that she produces. Outside of work, her love for writing and designing extends to making funny memes to keep her friends (and herself) laughing. She enjoys taking in the sights of the beautimous Mother Nature, dancing around at concerts, and just laying in a cuddle puddle on the couch with her pups during self-mandated Netflix marathons.

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