Here’s a list of resources to help you teach your elementary-aged children about elections, voting, their rights, and how to be active citizens.
It’s not enough to just read diverse books – you need to have open and honest communication with your kids about these issues. And, don’t only read books about the oppression of BIPOC, kids need to read books about kids that don’t look like them doing everyday fun and silly things too.
As a mother of biracial children, this book hit a cord. Lulu […] has a white father and a black mother. Her parents are constantly asked if they are the nanny or babysitter, or if their children are adopted. Lulu, herself, is asked to explain her racial identity with the question, “What are you?”