How to Raise and Teach Anti-Racist Kids

Author Kwame Alexander brings together an inspiring group of educators and equity activists to this #KidLit4BlackLives virtual town hall to answer questions about the role educators, families, and caregivers play in helping children make sense of and actively challenge systemic racism.

Hear from panelists Cornelius Minor, author of “We Got This: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be”; Tiffany M. Jewell, author of “This Book Is Anti-Racist”; Pam Allyn, global literacy expert and coauthor (with Dr. Ernest Morrell) of “Every Child a Super Reader”; Dr. Noni Thomas López, head of school at The Gordon School in Providence, RI; and Karyn Parsons, author and founder of Sweet Blackberry.

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