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Faith at Home: Anti-Racist Resources for Families

Dear Trinity Families,

Please talk with your children about race and racism. They are never too young - or too old - for age-appropriate conversation. And don't stop at talking! Help them understand and actively participate in social justice. Below are lots of resources. You will find something to help you engage in this conversation and this work. And don't neglect your own education! Children learn what you teach them, both intentionally and unintentionally. Think about the unspoken messages you send as you react to people and situations around you. Our young generations are our hope and our future. Help them to grow up knowing what it really means to love one's neighbor. -Charissa


Anti-Racism Resources for Families

Jillian is an educator who trains preschool teachers for social and racial equity in classrooms. Teaching Your Child About Black History, from PBS kids Anti-racism resources for all ages Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness by Anastasia Higginbotham

Free to download as a PDF through June 19.

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