WATCH: Explaining Privilege, Protests, and LGBTQ+ Pride to Kids (ft. Queer Kid Stuff)

It can be challenging to navigate conversations about race, racism, and privilege with your kids. With the help of social justice educator, Queer Kid Stuff, we’re going back to June 28, 1969 to talk about the first-ever LGBTQ+ Pride at the Stonewall Inn, the protests taking place across the country, and what “privilege” really means!

This music and storytime is brought to you by The Neighborhood: A Virtual Hub for LGBTQ+ Families, a robust calendar and library of live events, virtual meetups, and age-appropriate activities to get you and your family through this challenging time. Click here to learn more about The Neighborhood.

Family Equality extends a special “Thank You” to Lindz Amer of Queer Kid Stuff! Be sure to check out Lindz’ webseries on Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram at @QueerKidStuff. They also have a podcast for LGBTQ+ families called, “Activist, You!” available wherever you get your podcasts.