If you’re a US citizen, I think you’d agree with me when I say, lots of folks eyes were opened to racial injustice in 2020.
I’m not going to go back through all the trauma the Black Community experienced last year but I think it’s imperative that we keep moving forward in our learning and empathy.
Here are some resources:
1: Books –
- White Fragility – Why It’s so Hard for White People to Talk about Race.
- How to Be Anti-Racist
- Caste – The Origins of Our Discontents
- Stamped – Racism, Anti-Racism and You.
2: Movies –
3: Kids Stuff
- The Conscious Kid
- Little Leaders – Bold Women in Black History
- A Child’s Introduction to African American History: The Experiences, People, and Events That Shaped Our Country
- Brave. Black. First.: 100 Postcards Celebrating More Than 50 African American Women Who Changed the World
4: Places to Go
- Walk + Talk Indiana Avenue. Indianapolis Black History
- The National Memorial for Peace and Justice -Montgomery Alabama. Make a stop on your way to Florida for Spring Break.
- National Underground Railroad Freedom Center -Cincinnati, Ohio.
- National Museum of African American History + Culture – Washington, D.C.
5: Organizations to Support