Join SCT in utilizing this list of resources to continue the expansion of diverse voices and storytellers you and your family are reading, watching, and listening to as we go into this holiday season.
Know of other resources that should be included? Let us know in the comments below.
Food is where we meet, where we build, where we struggle, and where we survive. -Peoples Kitchen Collective
My family is not religious, but when we eat dinner together, we give thanks. We include the rain, the sun, the moon, the soil, and the wind. Our gratitude starts with "Thank you to all the hands that touched this food on its way to our table." It's meant to acknowledge not just my husband or me, who cooked the meal, but everyone from the farm to the grocery store to our home who grew, harvested, fed, slaughtered, transported, stocked, and bagged the food in our meal. It's meant to acknowledge that it takes a lot of labor from many, many people for us to eat. It's meant to make visible the people we are connected to through our meal. -Mia Birdsong from How We Show Up; Reclaiming Family, Friendship, and Community
Thanksgiving from the Native American Perspective:
Indigenous Artists & Organizations:
A Kids Play About Racism: Check out the resources developed for your family to engage on the topic of racism
Podcasts for Parents and Guardians: