This Web site for children has interactive games that teach kids about the history and every-day effects of racism in the United States. For example, the Web site has a sports quiz on stereotypes, a timeline movie on the story of race, and a game that allows a child to walk in the shoes of a person of another race at work, at the doctor, at school, on the street, or in court. This Web site may be useful to both foreign- and American-born children as they think through the effects of race and racism on their lives. Recommended for ages 12 and up.
RACE – For Kids (website)
Audiovisual - Nonprint Media
Publisher/Producer: Arlington, VA: American Anthropological Association
Publication Date: 2007
American Anthropological Association