Media can often perpetuate stereotypes and racism, but also can be a powerful tool in combating racism. These resources offer guidance on how to leverage media in the classroom or at home when it comes to anti-racist education, with both recommendations of what to watch and how to engage in purposeful discussions.
- How White Parents Can Use Media to Raise Anti-Racist Kids
Common Sense Media offers 10 ideas for white parents to start and continue conversations about race and racism with their children. Some of the tips include seeking out media created by people of color and pointing out racism in familiar media.
- Black History Movies that Tackle Racism
Also from Common Sense Media, this list of 14 movies explores prejudice or racism and includes helpful conversation starters to continue discussions after watching.
- 21 Kid-Friendly Movies & TV Shows That Educate About Diversity & Race
This curated a list of movies and TV shows from SheKnows.com will foster important conversations about diversity and race while entertaining the whole family.