February 12-June 11, 2021: Part of the Library’s Understanding Race initiative, this series for students in K-5 led by educators Kirsten & Lynn from the Anti-Racist Table will promote age-appropriate discussion about race and skin color, establish a common language surrounding race to build Racial Literacy, and set a framework for students to understand and engage in social justice.

  • Sessions 1, 3 and 5 is for Grades 3-5 and registration will enable the student to attend the three sessions for this grade level:
  • Friday, February 12: Grades 3-5, The Skin We Live In
  • Friday, April 16: Grades 3-5, Introduction to Racism 
  • Friday, June 11: Grades K-5, George Washington Carver Combined Session

Students in Grades 3-5 can register for their grade-appropriate sessions here.

Sessions 2, 4 and 5 is for Grades K-2 and registration will enable the student to attend the three sessions for this grade level:

  • Friday, March 12: Grades K-2, Who Am I?
  • Friday, May 14: Grades K-2, We Can Do Hard Things? 
  • Friday, June 11: Grades K-5, George Washington Carver Combined Session

Students in Grades K-2 can register for their grade-appropriate sessions here.

Some sessions will have physical items to pickup from the Library, but participants will be contacted with this information and well as the Zoom meeting log-in information before each session.