The arts can offer meaningful ways to engage in deep reflection about social issues. Check out these resources about how to use the arts in your own home to spark conversation about racial justice.
- Thinking About Social Justice through Crafts and Conversation
These 11 hands-on activities from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) provide opportunities for families and children to talk about respect, inclusion, diversity, bias, and social justice, all while engaging in meaningful projects.
- How Black Art Can Spark Conversations with Children
In this article from PBS Kids for Parents, the author discusses how the arts can help children resist race-based negativity, lists ways children can learn Black history through art, recommends picture books featuring Black illustrators, and describes ways you can engage in Black art with kids.