From books featuring Fred Koremastsu, Ruby Bridges and Jackie Robinson to the book, All the Colors We Are, “a scientific look at why people have different skin colours.” Children's books are a great way to help young and older students learn about racism. Check out this awesome list of children's books to help talk about racism from Today’s Parent, an online parenting magazine from Canada. https://www.todaysparent.com/family/books/kids-books-that-talk-about-racism/#gallery/books-that-talk-about-racism/slide-1
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One of the commendable aspects of these books is their ability Geometry dash to simplify complex concepts surrounding racism, making them accessible and engaging for young readers. By employing relatable characters and compelling narratives, these stories not only capture the attention of children but also instill in them the importance of empathy and respect for diversity.