21 Anti-Racism Videos To Share With Kids

  1. “The Color of Friendship” (2000) – A Disney Channel original movie that explores racism and friendship.
  2. “Sesame Street: We’re Different, We’re the Same” – This video teaches children about the importance of diversity and acceptance.
  3. “Ruby Bridges” (1998) – A film based on the true story of Ruby Bridges, a young African-American girl who helped desegregate schools in the 1960s.
  4. “Let’s Talk About Race” – A video that encourages dialogue and understanding about race in a kid-friendly way.
  5. “A Kids Book About Racism” – An animated video that introduces the concept of racism and provides tools for kids to take anti-racist action.
  6. “Freedom Riders: A PBS Documentary” – This documentary explores the history of the Freedom Riders and their fight against segregation.
  7. “The Story of Martin Luther King Jr.” – An animated video that explains the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and his fight for civil rights.
  8. “All Are Welcome” – A read-aloud video of the book that celebrates diversity and promotes inclusivity in schools.
  9. “Amazing Grace” – A story about a young girl named Grace who breaks stereotypes and follows her dreams.
  10. “Skin I’m In” – A discussion about embracing your own skin color and celebrating diversity.
  11. “The Sneetches” – An animated video based on the Dr. Seuss book that teaches children about acceptance and not judging based on appearances.
  12. “Molly of Denali: Tooey’s Hole-i-day Sweater” – An episode from the PBS Kids show that addresses cultural appropriation.
  13. “Separate is Never Equal” – A video that tells the true story of Sylvia Mendez and her family’s fight to end school segregation.
  14. “The Colors of Us” – A read-aloud video of the book that celebrates different skin colors and the beauty of diversity.
  15. “A Conversation with Kids About Race” – A video that features kids discussing their thoughts and experiences with race.
  16. “Hidden Figures” – A film that tells the untold story of African American female mathematicians who played a crucial role in NASA’s space program.
  17. “The Story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott” – An animated video that educates kids about Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement.
  18. “Racism: What Can I Do?” – A video that encourages kids to speak up against racism and prejudice.
  19. “The Undefeated” – A read-aloud video of the book that highlights the achievements and resilience of African Americans throughout history.
  20. “We March” – A video that introduces the concept of peaceful protest and the importance of fighting for justice.

21. “It’s Okay to be Different” – A comforting video that teaches children to embrace their uniqueness and accept others for who they are.