On this page you'll find various tools such as books, podcasts and videos to support teachers' critical reflection on the role of race and identity in their teaching practices.
This graphic is backed by research, showing the beliefs about race that children develop at an early age.
This is not a comprehensive list, but these accounts provide a counter-narrative to the dominant narrative perpetuated on social media.
First read this:
10 Quick Ways to Analyze Children’s Books for Racism and Sexism and this article, based on it. Take the time to analyze the books you have in your classroom library and find ways to add diverse and culturally relevant ones.
List of Diverse Children's Books