Start the Conversation: PBS Resources for Educators and Families

June 02, 2020

We recognize children are going to have a lot of questions from current events and images they see and hear on the news, TV, and radio and we are here to support you.
Please CLICK HERE for a PDF list of resources from PBS LearningMedia and other trusted sites to support educators and parents as they have conversations with their children and students about: race, racism, protesting, civil rights, Black history and notable individuals, understanding bias, and more. These resources are free and open for all to use. Special thanks to WXXI for sharing this with us, and we have added a few of our own.

Sesame Street in Communities is another free resource for finding kid-friendly videos, games, interactive storybooks, activities, and articles for adults to support learning empathy, kindness, and about differences, among many other topics.

Helping children feel safe and secure is a priority during times of stress. Check out this workshop called Care, Cope, Connect featuring printables and activities you can do with your children.

Together we can learn what is possible when we have courage, when we are just, and when we work together.

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