Resources to discuss Racism
Arthur on Racism
Arthur, Buster, and Mrs. MacGrady talk about ways we can all fight racism and stand up for what's right.
Children's Media Association
Resources About Racism and Bias for the Children’s Media Community
ACT.TV Animated Explainers
Animated videos that explain difficult topics
Kevin and Jamal
Systemic racism explained by Kevin and Jamal animated video
Racism and Police Violence
Racist roots of police violence against Black people explained in animated video
Common Sense Media Videos
Parents: It's Time to Talk about Race
NMAAHC: Let's Talk About Race
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture online portal designed to help individuals, families, and communities talk about racism, racial identity and the way these forces shape every aspect of society, from the economy and politics to the broader American culture.
Social Justice Books.org
Carefully selected lists of books for children and educators, book reviews, and articles on social justice, multicultural children’s literature.
Africa's leading producer of edutainment content for children ages 3 - 14 on holistic early childhood education to STEM skills.
Teaches coding by featuring a diverse set of characters on self-balancing, programmable scooters.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) mobile app features highlighted objects from collections, multimedia, and augmented reality.
Quackenworth is an educational media company that specializes in mobile games and educational web products.
Genii Games is a collection of interactive mobile apps and web videos for kids to learn about African Culture through games, animation, languages, folktales, and digital storytelling.
Science Underground is a two-minute podcast hosted by TED speaker and scientist Ainissa Ramirez. The show explores a range of topics—some that are pulled right from the headlines, others are topics you’ve been wanting to know.
Crazy Aunt Lindsey's Fab Lab
This site is all about connecting the dots between the magic of everyday life to the scientific process. The videos, projects, and resources you find here brings science to life through beautiful, useful DIY projects.
Backpacks, apparel, and gear designed to inspire children of color.
Hero Heads is a clothing brand with unique, hand-drawn designs of inspirational people, allowing you to ‘wear your heart on your tee’. We contribute 10% of profits to a charity related to the hero's cause. In order to create high quality clothing with artistic designs that last, we screen print with the best inks on high-end fabric that is super comfortable, resilient, and produced responsibly.
African American Heritage Store
Celebrate the history, influence, and accomplishments of the African American community through our carefully selected products.
Cocoa Girl Magazine
United Kingdom's first magazine for girls of color ages 6-13.
Sometimes We Do (MathTalk)
Picture book featuring early math concepts.
Look, Listen, and Learn
Early learning educational program that showcases Black and Indigenous people and people of color learning, teaching, and exploring.
Bino and Fino
Made in Nigeria, The Bino and Fino Show is about a brother and sister who live in a modern day African city.
Lee & Low Multicultural Books
LEE & LOW BOOKS is the largest multicultural children's book publisher in the country; publishing books about everyone for everyone. They are also one of the few minority-owned publishing companies in the United States, with books for children from pre-K to 12th grade.
Coretta Scott King Award Winners
Books by outstanding African American authors and illustrators that focus on the African American experience for youth audiences.
The mission of Sweet Blackberry is to bring little known stories of African American achievement to children everywhere.
The HistoryMakers is the single largest archival collection of its kind in the world designed to promote and celebrate the successes and to document movements, events and organizations that are important to the African American community and to American society.
Puzzles and products that affirm and inspire diverse children.
Series of FREE digital designs of black people for your next online project. Free for commercial and personal use.
Natural Hair Girls
Natural Hair Girls is an online store that sells ethnic dolls with customized hairstyles.
Literary Safari develops, produces, and publishes inclusive children’s media rooted in an understanding of learning science, educational standards, narrative design, and good, old-fashioned fun!
Powered by Common Sense Media, free resources from leading education organizations to help students learn.
African Ancestry is the world leader in tracing maternal and paternal lineages of African descent. With the industry’s largest and most comprehensive database of over 25,000 indigenous African samples, African Ancestry determines specific countries, and more often than not, specific ethnic groups of origin with the highest level of detail, accuracy and confidence.