Family Learning Program
The Family Learning Program curriculum is a self-paced learning program that utilizes children’s literature to inspire conversation and change. The program includes thematic modules based on age-appropriate racial identity development. The content promotes healthy self-esteem, introduces nuanced stories and histories, and encourages critical thinking and meaningful discussions.
This resource supports parents in conversations and reflections with children from their infancies, and it is especially ideal for kids between four and eight.
Deconstructing biases and reflecting upon our personal and families’ histories, choices, habits, and traditions is hard work. Our curriculum provides individual families, groups of families, and educators with structure and support as they embark or continue on their anti-racist learning journeys. And we find that through this work, not only do our efforts impact our present, but our efforts impact generations to come as well. The stories we make, seek, and tell about ourselves, our families, and our communities become far more nuanced, rich, and full.