Resources on these pages are intended for adults, to prompt thought.
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Resources for Adult Learners
- Course: Understanding Equity and Inequity
- Book: How to Be an Antiracist
- Book: So You Want to Talk About Race
- Book: White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism
- Book: White Kids (Critical Perspectives on Youth)
Resources for Child Learners
- TEDx Talk: Why we need to teach children about feminism (Liam Butler, age 11)
Resources for Educators
- Article: Classroom tips for non-sexist, non-racist teaching (NAPE)
- Blog: Classroom conversations (ADL)
- Lesson Repository (ADL)
- Lesson Planning: Anti-bias curriculum guides (ADL)
- Lesson Planning: Equal rights and feminism
- Toolkit: Gender responsive pedagogy in early childhood education
- Webinar: Gender responsive pedagogy for early childhood education
Resources for Parents and Guardians
- Are your kids too young to talk about race? Nope.
- Bullying and cyberbullying prevention strategies and resources
- Gender stereotypes and education (EIGE, 2 minute watch)
- Six simple ways to be an ally
- Talking race with young children (NPR, 20 minute listen)