By acknowledging, identifying, and celebrating our diversity, we can ensure children learn to respect and value difference from an early age.
NCRC stands on its pillars of inclusion, diversity, and equity and is committed to creating a diverse and respectful community, modeling empathy and civil discourse for all. By acknowledging, identifying, and celebrating our diversity, we can ensure children learn to respect and value difference from an early age.
Below are resources to help us continue to learn, grow, and support each other in promoting social justice and valuing our humanity.
Directing Teacher & Director of Diversity, Equity, and Community
About Ms. Nartey
(to help engage your children in talking about differences)
CHILDREN'S DIVERSITY BOOKS
(some of Ms. Nartey's favorites geared towards early childhood)
RESOURCES FOR ADULTS/PARENTS
NCRC COMMON LANGUAGE
(a glossary to help understand terms commonly used at NCRC and to help talk about difference)
- Implicit Bias (also known as unconscious or hidden bias)
- Intent vs. Impact
- Stereotype Threat