A nonprofit linked to the “cancellation” of Dr. Seuss’s books and Nickelodeon’s race-based special has teamed up with Google’s charity arm to create an “anti-racist” book list for K-12 teachers.
La Jolla, California-based The Conscious Kid supports taking actions that “disrupt racism” in young children by promoting “age-appropriate” “anti-racist” literature. The organization’s website offers a slew of books for children and young adults including titles such as “Woke Baby,” “M is for Melanin,” and “Hey Black Child.”
The website also promotes the book “Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea,” a children’s book written by Meena Harris, the niece of Vice President Kamala Harris.
In June, Google’s charity, Google.org, announced that it would partner with the nonprofit by curating a list of reading materials and lesson plans that support “inclusive, anti-racist K-12 classrooms.”
The tech giant said in a press release that it supports The Conscious Kid’s embrace of critical race theory — the theory that America is intrinsically and immutably racist.
“We’ve also teamed up