At Angels we are confident our experience caring for young children in foster care provides us the ability to make a meaningful contribution to the subject of racial inequity and discrimination in our communities. We also know that there's always room to grow, and we are constantly trying to be better and do better.

Moving forward, you can rely on us to be an informative resource for materials that guide and support how to begin, carry on, and follow-up on conversations with children of all ages concerning racism and discrimination.  We are working to compile the best resources we find and will post them here, continually updating this page as we find new, appropriate, and helpful information.

If you have suggestions for articles, podcasts, or other learning opportunities as they relate to children, please feel free to share them with us in the form below or on any of our social media channels.

Understanding Race

Talking Race With Young Children

The Realities of Raising a Kid of a Different Race

We Stories Bookshop

Sesame Street – I Love My Hair

Embrace Race – Let’s Raise a Generation of Children Who Are Thoughtful, Informed, and Brave About Race.

Why I Teach My Two-Year-Old About Race

Speaking with Children About Race

Sesame Street in Communities: Racial Justice

They're Not Too Young to Talk About Race

Racism and Violence: How to Help Kids Handle the News

Helping Your Child Cope with Media Coverage of Community Racial Trauma: Tips for Parents

One Talk at a Time – Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity.

Raising Race Conscious Children: How to Talk to Kids About Race and Racism

How to Support Kids of Color Amid Racialized Violence

How to Talk to Kids About Race: Books and Resources That Can Help

Talking to Kids About Racism and Justice: a list for parents, caregivers & educators

Talking Race with Young Children

Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup

Sesame Street: Race Town Hall