Elementary Podcasts, Videos, & Professional Development
Bensfield, Anne and Pamela Rogers. “Black Voices | Kidcasts.” SLJ, 20 June 2020. Podcasts for children.
Kojo For Kids: Jason Reynolds Talks About Racism And The Protests Author Jason Reynolds joins the Kojo Nnamdi Show. This show is part of the “Kojo For Kids” series, a Kojo Nnamdi Show segment featuring guests of special interest to young listeners.
Lambert, Nancy Jo. “Texas School Librarians, Whiteness, & Showing Up for the Work. “ KQ, AASL, 7 July 2020.
“Reimagining Equity and Access for Divers Youth”, UNC SLIS and Wake County Public Schools. Foundations offers 13 modules; Transforming Practice offers 11more modules; Continuing the Journey offers 3 modules.
VIDEO Lists - for the Adults in Kids Lives
Croteau, Jeanne. “21 Anti-Racism Videos To Share With Kids.” We Are Teachers, 9 June 2020. “These videos help to explain complex topics to young audiences.” From a variety of sources including Sesame Street and Atlantic Magazine.
Freedom Reads: Anti-Bias Book Talk Series. SocialJustice.org. “Freedom Reads: Anti-Bias Book Talk is part anti-bias training, part book review. Each short segment explores anti-bias books for home and the classroom with the goal to strengthen parents’ and teachers’ anti-bias, anti-racism lens and their ability to critically analyze children’s media.”
StorylineOnline. “The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Daytime Emmy®-nominated and award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online®, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Readers include Oprah Winfrey, Chris Pine, Kristen Bell, Rita Moreno, Viola Davis, Jaime Camil, Kevin Costner, Lily Tomlin, Sarah Silverman, Betty White, Wanda Sykes and dozens more.” [Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists] Young Children; Elementary
Talking to Children About Race and Ethnicity, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences. ““Racing” Towards Equality: Why Talking to Your Kids About Race Is Good for Everyone.” 21 video modules focused on early and middle childhood.