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In addition to donating, listening, and protesting, part of doing the work to be antiracist allies to the Black community means educating ourselves and our children and turning our hope to eradicate racism into action. Diversifying our family's bookshelves and reading important works of both fiction and nonfiction by and about Black authors is just a start, but it can empower our kids to listen, learn, and grow in the belief that human beings should all be treated with equality.
Keep scrolling for a list of books your kids can read themselves — or you could read them together to foster even more meaningful discussion — and check out this list of antiracist children's books to read with younger kids.