This moment of amplified, collective pain highlights the urgent need for families to have crucial conversations about racism, racial inequity and the work of challenging personal, institutional and structural racism.
On this page you will find anti-racism resources developed by Denver Public Library's Read. Awareness. Dialogue. Action. (R.A.D.A.) book discussion group to support conversations about racial justice with children, as well to learn and reflect on your own. Stay tuned for additional resources coming soon.
Click a link below or scroll down to browse selected recommendations for kids.
- Tips for Talking with Kids About Race (printable PDF)
- The Privilege of Learning About Racism: Anti-Racism Resources (recommendations from DPL staff)
- Anti-Racism eBooks for Kids
- eBooks for Adults
- Books for Younger Kids (printable PDF)
- Books for Older Kids (printable PDF)
- Resources about Systemic Racism (printable PDF)
- Resources about Children's Media & Current Events (printable PDF)
- Anti-Racism eBooks from Denver Public Schools (available with DPS login)