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Have An Inclusive Weekend

Dear ones, it’s been a heartwrenching, challenging, and necessary week. A national dam has broken, and it’s time to mobilize around change for our Black brothers and sister. It’s time for us to listen and to educate ourselves. Black Lives Matter. 

This week, and in the weeks to come, we’ll be centering this space around anti-racism, and the Black Lives Matter movement in America. If there’s anything you’d like to see included here, please let us know.

May this weekend bring a spiritual recharge, new knowledge, and active, anti-racist engagement with members of your Black community.

Happy Birthday, Breonna

The death of George Floyd, in context.

Ahmaud Arbery should be alive

Ijeoma Oluo’s So You Want To Talk About Race helps navigate the hard, honest, and necessary conversations all white people need to be having about race. 

To watch with the family: The Hate U Give is a powerful movie inspired by a young adult novel about a Black teenager finding her voice and fighting for what is right. 

To read with your young ones: The Colors of Us is a moving book for elementary age children that follows a young girl’s journey towards discovering that her skin is more than Black. 

We all have more to learn about America’s history of racism, the Black population’s relationship with the police, and racial injustice, and these ten films are a must-watch. From Sandra Bland to Malcolm X, they tell the stories history books won’t. 

The New York Times shared age-appropriate literature on racism and racial injustice, starting from birth to high school. They’re a  staple in any home library. 

Transracial parenting is incredibly complex. 

On our blog: how to discuss race and the Black Lives Matter movement with your family.