Racial Justice

As the nation responds to the death of George Floyd, important and difficult conversations about racism and social inequities are taking place across the county. We are providing the following resources for parents and educators to help guide these discussions.

 

Resource Source Format
26 Books to Support Conversations on Race, Racism, and Resistance Association of California School Administrators Webpage
5 Tips for Talking With Children About Hate Incidents Anti-Defamation League PDF
A Conversation on Race: A series of short films about identity in America New York Times Videos
A Conversation With My Black Son New York Times Video
Helping Youth After Community Trauma: Tips for Educators National Child Traumatic Stress Network     PDF
How to Be an Antiracist Educator ASCD Webpage
Looking for Excellent “Diverse” Books for Children? Start Here! EmbraceRace Webpage
National Equity Project National Equity Project Website
Racism and Violence: Using Your Power as a Parent to Support Children Aged Two to Five Zero to Three Webpage
Raising Race Conscious Children Raising Race Conscious Children Website
Recursos de libros en español y películas para educarse sobre el racismo Al Día Dallas Webpage
Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers National Association of School Psychologists Webpage
Talking to Kids About Hate in the Media Media Smarts Webpage
Understanding Bias National Museum of African American History and Culture Webpage
Understanding Race and Privilege National Association of School Psychologists Webpage
Administrative Services CenterVCOE Administrative Services Center 
5189 Verdugo Way • Camarillo, CA 93012
Phone: 805-383-1900 • Fax: 805-383-1908

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Conference and Educational Services CenterVCOE Conference and Educational Services Center
5100 Adolfo Road • Camarillo, CA 93012
Phone: 805-383-1900 • Fax: 805-437-1305

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