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Reading Is Only a Step on the Path to Anti-Racism

While librarian Nicole A. Cooke did compile a website Anti-Racism Resources for All Ages in response to requests for materials to explain to white children events around George Floyd’s murder and other deaths, she explains why reading is not enough….

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Raising Antiracist Kids, June 18, 2020

Labyrinth Books Princeton joins Haymarket Books and the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University in inviting you to a book launch with the author of “AntiRacist Baby” (Kokila Books; on sale June 16, 2020; ages 0-3). Ibram X….

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Anti-Racist Rather than Inclusive Parenting

From Curious Parenting: I’ve gotten a lot of responses from parents asking why we need to teach anti-racism. Why can’t we just teach children to be kind and inclusive? The problem with strategies based solely on inclusivity and diversity is…

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Five Racist Anti-Racism Responses “Good” White Women Give to Viral Posts & The Only Kind of Response That’s Acceptable

Re-posting Katie Anthony’s post written after a white woman in Central Park responded to the request by a birder who is black that she leash her dog.  The woman told him that she was calling the police to tell them…

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Raising Anti-Racist White Children, June 10, 17 & 24, 2020

     Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. 3-Part Live Interactive Webinar Wednesday, June 10, 17, & 24, 2020 7-9PM Eastern; 4-6PM Pacific. Each session is video-recorded and can be reviewed by registered participants. Cost: $95. All…

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