From various sources and contributors, assembled by Lynn Ditchfield and Shari Geistfeld for MVDC Education Committee – special thanks to A Long Talk

Lynching in America – updated now Third Edition
Anti-Racism Resources
EduColor Resources
See Borders to Bridges Resources (Art, News, Teachers Guides, Service Organizations) Focus on Immigration Education and Stories Through the Arts (FIESTA)
Point Made Learning Resources
Abolitionist Teaching Network
White Ally Toolkit
Living Room Conversations
Racial Equality Tools
Resources for Families: Talking About Racism: (also bilingual resources listed)
Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism” (Town hall from Sesame Street and CNN)
Talking to Young Kids About Race and Racism (PBS Parents)
Ten Tips for Teaching and Talking to Kids About Race (MomsRising)
Anti-Racism for Kids: An Age by Age Guide to Fighting Hate (Parents)
Beyond the Golden Rule: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing and Responding to Prejudice (Teaching Tolerance)
Infographics: What is antiracist parenting? (Curious Parenting on Instagram)
Talking to White Kids About Race and Racism (Safe Space Radio)
The State Library of Ohio and Bexley (OH) Public Library Race and Antiracism Opportunities
Summer Reading List for Educators Interested in Racism/ Racial Identity, Unpacking Privilege, Gender Identity/Gender Expression, LGBTQ+, and Disability

6/23/20 Gutman Library Harvard Graduate School of Education: list Racial Justice Resources
6/12/20 23 Books to Help Kids of All Ages Learn About Race
6/5/20 25 Books for People Who Want to Learn More About Race in America
6/5/20 31 Resources That Will Help You Become a Better White Ally

Other resources
~ Course: African American History From Emancipation to the Present from Yale Open Courses
~ Music: (lots more out there) The Chicks – March
Resistance Revival Chorus This Joy; Woke Up This Morning; Ella buy at Righteous Babe
~ (7/23/20) Protesting police violence, a playlist. Think of hip hop as a historical record of the nation’s racial violence and injustice, director of the Harvard Archive says)
~ Artwork: see Janice Frame – Eisenhauer Gallery (be sure to scroll down to see all the pieces)
~ Theater: Zoom theater production, if available: #WhileWeBreathe: A Night of Creative Protest
Short play (15 minutes) at Flash Acts – Penitence by Kia Corthron
~ Arts Corps social justice framework; and project R.E.A.C.T. Reach, Express, Action, Community, Team lesson; video; African Drumming “Fanga” Rhythm; video
~ Film: I’m Not Racist…Am I? Documentary from Point Made Films and YouTube on film program as a course
~ Game: The American Dream Game increase awareness, empathy, understanding YouTube
~ Global Map of Native Land (territories, languages, treaties)
~ Newsletter – Anti-Racism Daily
~ Index of Enslaved Individuals from the White House Historical Association Slavery in the President’s Neighborhood

For SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS and parents:
~ Racial Equity Institute (REI)– Groundwater approach
~ Pollyanna Racial Literacy and Curriculum
~ The Racial Equity Institute (trainers, organizers, leaders)
~ Nice White Parents Discussion Guide
~ Education Now & Future of Education: Harvard Graduate School of Education: (10/14/20) Helping students Cope with Racial Trauma; (10/9/20) Future of Education: Global Voices – to Create Welcoming Communities Educating for Democracy; (10/2/20) Leading for Equity; (9/30/20) Fugitive Pedagogy, Jarvis Givens (8/24/20, 2019) (Under) Common Schools: The Origins of African-American Education
~ Black Lives Matter syllabus: The Black Panthers: Ten Point Program
~ Teach the Black Freedom Struggle Campaign – Zinn Education Project
~ Teaching Tolerance on race and ethnicity
~ Smithsonian NMAAHC – antiracist topics
~ Art Educators on Construction an Anti-Racist Agenda
~ Art Curriculum Futurity in the Wake of Black Lives Matter