An anti-racist magazine for children 3-12 and the grown-ups who love them.
Our mission is simple -- to help you as a parent, educator or caregiver guide your child as they journey towards being actively anti-racist.
We use decolonized history and culture interwoven with our anti-bias educational goals to help you guide your child in a developmentally appropriate way.
Ditto Kids magazine is published twice a year and includes activities, conversation prompts, and worksheets to help your child explore anti-bias and anti-racism in a concrete and accessible way.
This debut issue explores belonging and what that means through the lens of Mexican and Mexican American history and culture. Your child will be encouraged to love and respect themselves as well as others, to see similarities with others, and celebrate our differences! With your child or student, you'll be able to communicate and learn about sometimes tricky to talk about things like race, culture, refugees, immigration, and family separation through a decolonized perspective. The magazine contains tone-appropriate activities for kids to help them better understand what they're learning.
This issue is 64 pages in length, 8.5"x11" in size, and features a perfect bound, matte soft-touch cover.
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