Anti-Racism Resources for Adults

It is important that parents and caregivers take steps to learn about race, equity, and justice and how our society is impacted by racism. When adults understand racism in our society, they can then teach their children. When children have this knowledge, they can aid in building a more equitable society for all of us (NAEYC). This resource list can help parents and caregivers begin their journey in understanding racism, but anti-racist work must be attended to in an ongoing way.


Participate in a self-guided journey through understanding race from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Series Navigation

The Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Series highlights several early childhood topics to support parents and caregivers who are caring for young children. Use the list below to navigate through each series topic:

Learn more about the series.

Request free printed materials from our Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Series.


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