The Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health stands in solidarity and allyship with those fighting fighting for racial justice. Please find below resources and tools you can use in your homes and communities.
Resources for Racial Justice
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- 31 Children’s Books To Support Conversations About Race, Racism, and Resistance – Embrace Race
- Anti-Racism Resources for White People
- Discussing Traumatic Events With Youth – Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health
- Helping Kids Cope With Tragedy – Spark & Stitch Institute
- How to Talk to Kids About Race and Disrupt Racism – The Conscious Kid
- Practicing Anti-Racism in Parenting – Spark & Stitch Institute
- Racism, Racial Injustice, and Current Events – Puberty: The Wonder Years
- Resources for Talking With Kids About Race, Racism, and Racialized Violence – Center for Racial Justice in Education
- Resources for Your Anti-Racist Practice – YWCA Minneapolis
- Talking about Race – National Museum of African American History and Culture
- Talking to Children Authentically about Race and Racism
- Traumatic Experiences – Sesame Street Workshop in Communities
The Alabama Campaign provides links to articles and websites with information on current events, research, funding opportunities, and other items related to adolescent health. The inclusion of this information does not imply endorsement by the Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health and the opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the official position, policies, or views of the Alabama Campaign.