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Anti-Racist Resources for Youth and Families

Anti-Racist Resources for Children and Families

In alignment with BAX’s mission and commitment to anti-racism,  please see below for a list of select anti-racist resources for children and families.  Please feel free to reach out to the Education Department (lucia@bax.org or ashley@bax.org) if you have questions.

Reading for Equity: A list of anti-racist resources for children (all ages) and for caregivers talking with kids about race

Additional anti-racist activity and discussion resources for families:

Professional development resources for deepening and building racial justice practices:


Latinx Heritage Month Resources


Indigenous Peoples’ Day Resources


Disability Awareness Month

Resources for Youth

Children’s books 

Middle Grade & Young Adult

*Visit the Katherine Schneider awards 2004-2019 for books that embody “an artistic expression of the disability experience for child and adolescent audiences.”

Resources for Parents

Books and Additional Resources

  • Raising a Sensory Smart Child
  • Raising Henry by Rachel Adams
  • Sensory Tools Catalogue- Fun and Function

Podcasts

TED Talks

Active, NYC based support groups, all super helpful for referrals and research on specialists. 

Disability Rights Activists

  • Subini Annamma
  • Ady Barkan
  • Sarah Birnbaum
  • Rebecca Coakley
  • Corinne Duyvis
  • Conchita Hernández Legorreta
  • Vilissa Thompson
  • Alice Wong- Disability Visibility Project- The Disability Visibility Project, founded by Alice Wong, is an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture.