Summer Activities to Promote Discussions About Diversity

I am back with Part II of my list of activities to help facilitate family discussions about diversity. This list includes things your family can watch together as well as local activities that your family can engage in that focus on diversity. Enjoy the summer!

– Randi Burlew (Committee member)


Summer Activities to Focus on Diversity and Inclusion

Please watch and discuss:

Ages (3-6)

Ages (6-9)

Ages (9-12)


You can do these as a family:

  • Write a letter to one of the local Asian restaurants that was victim to Anti-Asian racism, letting them know we are glad they are part of our community.
  • Visit the National Underground Railroad Museum.
  • Visit the Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center at the Cincinnati Museum Center.
  • Write a letter to our congressional representatives about a social justice issue that is impacting Cincinnati.
  • Meet up with another TNSM family over Zoom to discuss one of the diversity books or videos listed above.
  • Choose one of these videos about living in poverty and have a family conversation using the discussion questions as a guide.

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