View a more complete list of young children’s books related to incarceration on the Missing Daddy website and an amazing list of resources by Leila Raven here.
Shorter Pieces and Toolkits
Jennifer Viets, “Talking Circles at Home and Parenting Restoratively,” 2020. [fill out survey to receive toolkit]
Rania El Mugammar, “In Our Own Hands: Tools for Talking Abolition and Transformative Justice with Little Ones,” 2022.
“Wizards Around the Rainbow: A Framework for Bringing Transformative Justice Values and Principles into Childcare Work,” 2021.
Arissa Hall, “I Don’t Glamorize Police in My Household, and I’m Teaching My Child Why,” 2020.
PDX Childcare Collective, “Kids Are Wondering…What Is Abolition?” 2021.
Jennifer McGrail, “Gentle Parenting FAQ,” 2013.
PDX Childcare Collective, “Short Guide on Talking to Kids About Police,” 2020.
Raising the Resistance and The Student Ignition Society, “Ending Police Brutality: Family Action Toolkit,” 2020.
Mariame Kaba, “Talking About Policing and Violence with Youth: An Activity and Resource Guide,” 2012.
Nadine Naber, Souzan Naser, and Johnaé Strong, “Radical Mothering for Abolitionist Futures Post-COVID-19,” 2020.
Mariame Kaba and Bria Royal, Missing Daddy, 2018.
Shannon Cofrin Gaggero, “Talking to My White Kids About Abolition,” 2021.