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Anti-Racism: Children & Families: Immigration

print, online and video resources for discussing racism and white supremacy culture; dismantling racism; and raising compassionate, loving children

Welcome

Welcome to The Ministry Lab's curated list of resources for Talking with Children about Immigration. Here you'll find:

  • Books and downloadable resources that heighten appreciation for why people emigrate and develop awareness of the challenges of moving to a new place
  • Other Book Lists from trusted sources

If you don't find a resource to fit your need, don't hesitate to consult with The Ministry Lab's director, Emily Meyer, who is happy to assist you.

Books

          Drawn Together     Friends Are Friends, Forever     I Am Golden     I Wish You Knew     Something Happened to My Dad     Watercress     Wishes

Other Book Lists

Mattress Advisor's Bedtime Stories in response to We Need Diverse Books (a nonprofit working for more diversity in children's books):  The list is available in full or broken into these categories:

Multimedia

THIS set of slides on pronouncing a name from a culture that is not your own is very useful and practical - and helpful when you want to be hospitable and welcoming whether in your building or your neighborhood.