Resources for Talking About Charlottesville

Current Events & News | 08/18/2017

Jonah Edelman
CEO & Co-Founder

Jonah is the CEO and Co-founder of Stand for Children.

Given last weekend's events in Charlottesville and the ensuing discussions, it's a topic that is likely to come up with children, whether you're a parent or teacher. Stand Indiana's Executive Director, Justin Ohlemiller, even explains why it's so important to have these conversations

Here are some useful resources to help educators and parents talk with children and young people about the events in Charlottesville, racism, anti-semitism, and domestic terrorism:

We welcome suggestions for other resources in the comments, or if you want to share the story of your own conversations, please feel free to do so. Thank you.

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  • Education is the most important way for children and adults to teach themselves about the proper way of living in our world
    Barbara Adwers

    August 18, 2017 9:12 AM

  • President is only encouraging the neo's even more we are all equal we are one nation under God this needs to be stopped at all coast trump knows he is president cause the neo's voted for him or his just scared of them who knows?

    August 18, 2017 12:59 PM

  • Education IS very important!
    Lynn Baily

    August 19, 2017 12:27 PM