Resources on Anti-Racism

Thought-provoking media and resources to get your family talking and learning about race together

Young protesters holding signs

Photo by Alayne Sulkin

As parents, we share the honor and serious responsibility of teaching our children to be thoughtful, educated members of society who identify and bravely take action against the racial injustice they see around them. The nationwide protests against police violence and the suffering of Black Americans that erupted in the wake of the tragic killing of George Floyd have sparked the collective conscience. Change starts at home, with critical and ongoing conversations had and actions taken to teach our children about racial identity and racism. We have compiled the below list of resources to help your family explore systemic racism and issues of power, privilege and oppression.


Learn About The Who We Are Project

ACLU Deputy Legal Director Jeffery Robinson’s groundbreaking talk, Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America, reveals the all-but-forgotten history of anti-Black racism in the United States, exploring the enduring legacy of racism and our collective responsibility to overcome it.


Take Action + Donate

Consider making a contribution to one of these organizations.


Historical Roots


Read, Follow, Listen, Learn

So You Want to Talk About Race

Wait list too long at your branch library? You can always check out a copy of these select simultaneous-use digital titles:


Articles + Guides + Web Resources


Books for Kids

This Book Is Antiracist

For more titles, see: