Learn More, Know More, Do More

LaneKids staff have compiled a number of resources* on race and racism, with the intent of giving you ways to educate yourself, teach the children in your life, and act locally.  We are committed to doing the work to address our own biases, to understand our racist actions, both conscious and unconscious, and then change how we operate, and support other family focused organizations in Lane County to be antiracist.

We invite you to do this critical work along with us.

“If now isn’t a good time for the truth I don’t see when we’ll get to it.” – Nikki Giovanni

*Disclaimer – the content on this page may contain images, language, and topics that are not suitable for children, or considered offensive or triggering to readers. The information has been provided as an opportunity for adults to explore. We ask that you use your best judgement in how you choose to share this information with the youth in your life.  

Do you have resources to add or feedback on the page? Email us at education@unitedwaylane.org.

Talking about race with children

Understand our racist history



Museums and Memorials

Art as Activism

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