Sesame Street in Communities
Breathe, Feel, Share
In the video, Elijah supports Wes and Abby by guiding them through three steps (breathe, feel, share) that can help all children who must navigate race-related conflicts.
Proud of Your Eyes
You can make amazing creations and help the planet by reusing some things when you’re done with them—here, Ernie shows Elmo a fun way to reuse a water bottle.
Talking About Race: The Clutes
Watching other families have honest, age-appropriate conversations about race can inspire new ideas for talking about these topics at home.
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Helping Parents Talk About—and Stand Up Against—Racism
We all need to do our part to stand up against racism. But talking about (or even thinking about) racism can be a daunting task for many adults. For families talking about it for the first time, fear of making mistakes or offending others can hold them back from diving into this important topic. In this webinar, Patricia Taylor and Shannon Evans offer language, strategies, and encouragement to help parents and families take the important first steps.
Parental Addiction: Supporting Families in Recovery
Join us for the final webinar in this series in which we examine how parental addiction affects young children. This webinar offers ways faith-based communities and organizations can accompany children and families on their recovery journey.