Resources for Educators: Antiracism Resources

Supplemental resources for teachers, parents, and other caregivers

Youth and Antiracism Work

Studies have shown that children begin to pick up on racial biases from a very young age. This is intended to be a resource for parents, caregivers, educators and youth on how to speak about race and empower youth to be actively antiracist.

For Youth

There are ways for you to get involved in the community before you are able to vote. Here are some resources and local organizations that empower youth to change their communities.

Austin Public Library Booklists

For Educators


Oklahoma City Public Schools and Native American Student Services present A Story of Survival: The Wampanoag and the English, a Thanksgiving Lesson Plan Booklet from a Native American Perspective

Austin ISD

For Parents and Caregivers

Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices Celebrity readers share children's books by Black authors to spark kid-friendly conversations about empathy, equality, self-love and antiracism. Available on Netflix and Youtube.