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Anti-Racism Resources: for Young People

Lists of resources for adults and young people, to help educate and promote racial equality.


BEING ANTI-RACIST: Books and Resources for Young People

From Our Collections: Digital



From Our Collections: In print


Book Awards of Interest

Fiction for Teens & Tweens

Understanding Anti-Racism

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Above the Noise: Understanding Anti-Racism  (S4 E15 from PBS SoCal) explains to young people what anti-racism is and what does it mean to be anti-racist?

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Interview from a Washington D.C. based program, "Kojo For Kids" on June 1, 2020, in which Jason Reynolds is a guest and talks about why people are angry and what can we do about racism. Segment includes questions from young people ages 8, 9, 10, 17.

Communities of Readers

Online Exhibits

Anti-racism and Educators as Allies: A Virtual Children's Literature Library from San Diego State University. Includes suggested books by grade levels.