Having conversations with young children about race and social justice issues can be an uneasy experience for some adults. However, as you'll learn from the articles below, having these conversations with children is very appropriate and necessary. The following resources can assist in broaching these topics in a light and appropriate manner, suitable for young children. Explore these articles for ideas and tips on how to successfully have these meaningful conversation with your children at home.

Articles about talking to children about race

The Benefits of Teaching Children to See Race

How silence can breed prejudice: A child development professor explains how and why to talk to kids about race

Talking to Children About Racial Bias

Talking to Very Young Children about Race: It's Necessary now More than Ever

Articles about how children understand race

Never Too Young: Ages and Stages of Racial Understanding

Talking to Children About Racism: The Time is Now

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Articles about teaching children about social justice

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