You’re going to want to read these 5 Civil Rights Books for Children to your own kids — they are so important for everyone to know!
Here are five wonderful books that will help begin (and continue) the conversation about equality. But don’t let the conversation end here!
Be sure to check out even more age-appropriate Black History Month books about the African American experience.
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Books about Civil Rights for Kids
As a parent, I often wonder how to begin the discussion of civil rights with my children.
I believe it is incredibly important for them to learn from a young age about discrimination and treating all people as equals.
Personally, I have found that books are often a wonderful doorway to begin the discussion.
I hope it inspires you to make this year’s holiday not just a day off from school but a day to connect with your kids and share in the indomitable spirit and enduring legacy of Martin Luther King.
Don’t forget to see how other parents are sharing Martin Luther Kind Day with their kids.