- Something Happened in Our Town: A Child’s Story About Racial Injustice:
Video reading of a story about two families (one Black, one White) speaking to their children about why a Black man was shot by police.
- Raising an ally: How to talk to your child about the death of George Floyd, anti-Black racism:
Global News article on why it’s important for Canadian parents/caregivers to talk to their children about racism, especially white parents. Includes related links and videos.
- How to talk to kids about racism: An age-by-age guide:
Today’s Parent article on appropriate discussions for different ages from infancy to teens.
- How to Teach Racial Acceptance:
Parents Canada article on ways to respond to racism at home and at school.
- Kids Learn about Race Younger Than You Think. Talk to Them Before That:
HuffPost Canada article on talking to your child and why it’s important. Includes relevant links.
- How to talk to kids about race and racism:
From the Adoptive Families Association of BC, a parent reflects on how children notice differences and offers suggestions for developing a home environment that values diversity.
- Talking to kids about hate in media:
Media Smarts article and tip sheet on how to help children deal with news stories on hate crimes.
- Common Sense Media Resources About Race and Racism:
Articles and media recommendations to help parents/caregivers and educators talk to kids about racism. Links to Spanish resources are included.
- #DifferentTogether: Join Me in Opposing Racism:
Lieutenant Governor of BC invites citizens to pledge to oppose racism.