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No one is too young to talk about racism. We don’t have all the answers, but we wanted to offer a starting point for learning what you can do about racism whether you are 2 or 10 or 100. After a short discussion about racism, we will hear affirmations from our friend, Mia Saine.

If you are looking for additional resources to discuss race with young children, and engage in solutions, here are some places to start.

Sesame Street/CNN Racism Town Hall
On June 6, CNN and Sesame Street partnered to host a live broadcast on racism. I watched with my 3 and 6 year old and the both found it very engaging. If you missed it, you can find the full town hall online in 3 parts, by clicking the link above.

NYT – Talking to Kids About Racism
One of my favorite children’s book author/illustrators (Christian Robinson) and a school counselor, offer advice for talking to kids about racism in the article linked above.

Diversity and Representation on Your Bookshelf
Stories are a great way to engage young minds. There are a number of good resources for finding books by and about communities of color. Here are a few:

A Kids Book About Racism
This book by Jelani Memory is meant to serve as a launching point for generating conversation between adults and kids. A Kids Book About also has a series of books about other topics that can be difficult to begin a discussion about.

Anti-racism resources for white people
This Google Doc has been widely shared on social media, and features a long list of resources.

Where to Give
If you are looking for places to donate to organizations that support black children and/or educate & empower young people on race and justice, click above for a recent instagram post where we highlight a few organizations.

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Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon.

Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at likeyoupod@gmail.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning of most episodes. If your child wants to be included, record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us. Your child can introduce themself and then say a favorite affirmation, sing a line from a Like You song, say what they like about the show, or share whatever they feel! Keep it short (10-20 seconds), send it to our email, and then wait patiently. It is our goal to share every recording eventually!

Like You is written and produced by Noah Glenn. The show’s artwork was illustrated by Mia Saine, who also provided today’s affirmations.

Our social media feeds are managed by Noah and Lindsey Glenn.

This episode features original music by Noah Glenn, as well as additional music by IMAKEMADBEATS.

Find Like You online at likeyoupodcast.com.

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