Resources for Parents:

BIPOC Parents of Haverford Township recently donated books

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month Resources

NNSTOY  Social Justice Book List. A series of booklists drawn from recommendations by State and National Teachers of the Year

Resolution Supporting the Development of an Antiracist School Climate by the Board of Directors of the School District of Haverford Township (SDHT)

PBS Kids Talk About: Race and Racism

CHOP Gender and Sexuality Development Program

CHOP Gender and Sexuality Development Program Resources


Juneteenth (short for “June Nineteenth”), it marks the day when federal troops arrived in Texas in 1865 to take control of the state and ensure that all enslaved people were freed. Juneteenth honors the end to slavery in the United States and is considered the longest-running African American holiday. - What is Juneteenth?
Teaching Tolerance - Teaching Juneteenth
The Root - This Is Why Juneteenth is Important for America
17 Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth with Kids
African American Museum in Philadelphia - Juneteenth 2020 Virtual Festival
National Archives - The Emancipation Proclamation

17 Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth With Kids
Meaningful ways to celebrate Juneteenth with kids
Juneteenth - All About the Holidays - PBS Kids
Learning for Justice - Happy Juneteenth

In response to current events:

Resources for Teachers: In response to current events:

There are numerous online resources to help support classroom discussions about race: