Talking to Toddlers About Racism - Transforming Toddlerhood

Talking to Toddlers About Racism

A resource guide for parents and caregivers

Talking To Toddlers About Racism

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doing the work to be anti-racist

In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist.
We must be anti-racist.
Angela Davis

We created this guide to share with you what we are learning here at Transforming Toddlerhood. It’s our intention to support parents and caregivers in their own journey in being anti-racist as well as in teaching their children to be anti-racist.

At Transforming Toddlerhood, we are committed to;

  • listening to and amplifying Black voices
  • educating ourselves and being in the conversation even when it’s uncomfortable
  • standing in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and BIPOC voices
  • taking action against racism
  • creating a safe and inclusive for everyone in the Transforming Toddlerhood community

This is not a comprehensive guide nor the only way to develop learning in yourself and your family about being anti-racist. This is a compilation of what we have been learning and we will continue to update as we learn and grow.

We are raising the next generation.

We need to talk about racism. We need to celebrate the beauty in our differences. We are calling you forward to take a deeper look, find your voice and create change in yourself, your family and your community.

There is a lot of work to be done and we can all do better. Let’s do it together.