Anti-Racism Personal Growth
and Family Read Alouds
A place to learn and grow individually and as a family.
I’ve partnered with two other wonderful humans (Katie at @theoutdoorhomeschool & The Outdoor Homeschool and Carolyn at @the.barefoot.babies) to create a diversity themed book club. We are committed to a year-long anti-racism journey and we want you and your family to join in with us!
Each month we are sharing one children’s book featuring BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) characters and cultures. We invite you to join in and add these books to your family read aloud rotation each month.
Additionally, every other month we (the adults in our families) are reading an anti-racism book and sharing our personal growth and reflections on Instagram.
Below you will find our book selections for adults (left column) and children (right column). We encourage you to shop at your local bookstore or buy directly from the author whenever possible, but we’ve also included an Amazon affiliate link for each book as well. We will donate 100% of the money we receive from these purchases in 2021 to Black Kids Adventures.
How to Raise Antiracist kids: An age-by-age guide for parents of white children
By – Rebekah Gienapp
— February’s adult book club selection —
Do you avoid talking about race with your kids because you’re afraid to say the wrong thing?
Or are you talking to your kids about racism and white privilege, but you don’t know if you’re doing it in an age appropriate way?
And just how can you move from talk to antiracist action with your kids?
Raising Antiracist Kids is a practical guide that equips parents to talk to white kids about race right now – whether they’re toddlers or teens – and go beyond conversation into action.
February’s Children’s Read Aloud Book