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Coming Together: Talking to Children About Race and Identity

Coming Together is Sesame Workshop's commitment to racial justice. We believe in a world where all children can reach their full potential and humanity—and do so in celebration of their races, ethnicities, and cultures. Together with experts, we've designed developmentally appropriate resources to help you guide your child to be smarter, stronger, and kinder—and an upstander to racism.

Visit Sesame Street in Communities for our complete set of "ABCs of Racial Literacy" resources.

Power of We Club

Join Tamir, Gabrielle, Elmo, and other Sesame Street friends as they celebrate their different identities and learn to become “upstanders” for racial justice.

“Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism”

Sesame Street friends, CNN hosts, and experts from around the country come together for a Town Hall designed to help kids and families discuss racism, build empathy, and embrace diversity.

Tune in to our Star-Studded Virtual Benefit through June 30—with Michelle Obama, John Legend, John Oliver and more! Click Here.

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Talking about race at home?

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