Nevergrey Director Kate Robinson speaks with Julie Lythcott-Haims about the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement and how to address racism at home.

We are in the middle of one of the biggest global civil rights movement we have ever seen. Black Lives Matter protests, for the first time, have taken place in every US state, as well as across the UK and elsewhere in Europe. To better understand the role of how families of all races can address racism at home, Kate Robinson speaks with Julie Lythcott-Haims, a writer and speaker whose work focuses on the rise of helicopter parenting as well as on race. Throughout the conversation Julie offers incredible insight as well as tangible advice.

Watch the full discussion above, and for more resources on addressing racism at home you can explore the following links:

Embrace Race

A platform of tools, resources and an online community to help parents raise anti-racist children.Visit the website


Hair Love

An Oscar-winning short film from Matthew A. Cherry of an African American father learning to style his daughter's hair for the first…


The Conscious Kid

An education, research and policy organisation encouraging parenting and education through a critical race lens.Visit the website


TED Talks

A collection of videos from TED to help understand racism in America.Watch the videos


Diverse Toys

Some ideas for increasing the diversity of the games, toys and puzzles your children play with.Read the article


Black Lives Matter

Petitions, resources and ways to donate to the global Black Lives Matter movement.Visit the website


Talking to Kids about Race and Racism

Practical and tangible tips and advice on navigating conversations with children about race and racism.Read the article


Books for Racial and Ethnic Socialisation

Books and resources for children of all ages, as well as parents and carers, curated by the American Psychological Association to help…


Using Media to Raise Anti-Racist Kids

Guidance for how White parents and carers can use media to spark and support conversations on race, and tips on teaching your children to…


@inclusivestorytime

An Instagram account sharing recommendations of inclusive and diverse children's books.Visit their Instagram account


Explaining Racism and Protests

An article from the New York Times with guidance of how to talk to children about protests and racism, with some book suggestions to…