Supporting women and mothers is not enough. It’s far from enough. Ingrid & Isabel commits to taking steps beyond visual diversity and advocacy, beyond pregnancy and motherhood, and beyond marching and demonstrating. We will educate ourselves on race, white privilege and the deep-seated inequities Black individuals face. Join us in the path towards a more informed and educated world. Submit below to add valuable resources to this list.


For Parents For Children
Book Ideas For Parents - A reading list to educate yourself on racism Book Ideas For Kids - 20 picture books to spark conversations on race
Police Toolkit/ Opportunities for Change - A downloadable guide to safe + effective community policing Book Ideas For Kids - 26 children’s books to support conversations on race, racism & resistance
30 books to help you talk to your kids about racism - 30 books to help you talk to your kids about racism A Kids Book About Racism - A kids book about racism by Jelani Memory
National Museum of African American History & Culture - A guide to help parents talk to their children about race Children Books to Educate on Juneteenth - 8 children's books celebrating Juneteenth


  • 1619 (New York Times) Listen to 1619 (via New York Times) an audio series on how slavery has transformed America
  • Pod Save the people - Activist DeRay Mckesson as he explores news, culture, social justice and politics with likeminded guests
  • Code Swtich (NPR) Hear journalists of colors take on the subject of race, politics, pop culture and more
  • Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast - A podcast that openly addresses current events, from the coronavirus to the rise of police brutality awareness
  • Pod for the Cause A podcast dedicated to those wanting to effect change and engage in deep conversation about the issues
  • Dismantling White Fragility (Goop) A conversation with Elise Loehnen and Robin DiAngelo about white fragility and how to to dismantle it
  • Still Processing Culture writers, Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris, share their take on understanding the pleasures and pathologies of America in 2020
  • Seeing White A fourteen-part documentary series taking a deep dive into societal issues such as white privilege and police brutality
  • Hear to Slay A black feminist podcast that has deep conversations about popular culture, politics + more
  • The Nod Listen to Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings explore their perspectives on the "beautiful, complicated dimentions of Black life"
  • The Stoop A weekly conversation on what it means to be black and how hosts Leila Day and Hana Baba talk about blackness
  • INVISIBILIA A podcast that talks about human behavior; ideas, beliefes, assumptions and emotions
  • All My Relations Listen to a team of individuals dedicated to the importance of representation in mainstream media
  • Intersectionality Matters! with Kimberlé Crenshaw A podcast docuseries sharing the stories of what it means to be Black parents in America, from pregnancy to postpartum and beyond
  • Natal A podcast docuseries sharing the stories of what it means to be Black parents in America, from pregnancy to postpartum and beyond


  • 13th - A documentary analyzing the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom
  • When They See Us - A television miniseries on 1989 arrest of the Central Park Five
  • Dear White People - Popular Netflix-original following the narratives of students of color in a predominantly white Ivy League college
  • I am Not Your Negro - A documentary based on the works of author and poet, James Baldwin
  • Ferguson: A report from Occupied Territory - A documentary showcasing the movement against police brutality in Ferguson after the tragic death of Michael Brown in 2014
  • The Hate You Give - A powerful drama about a teenager standing up for her childhood friend after his fatal shooting
  • Just Mercy - A true story about young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his fight to defend a man sentenced to death before proven innocent
  • the 1965 Debate - A historic debate between James Baldwin v. William F. Buckley Jr. at Cambridge University
  • America Inside Out - An episode featuring Katie Couric’s travels through the South and dives into the controversial battle over removing confederate monuments
  • Becoming - Follow former first lady Michelle Obama as she shares intimate moments of her life's journey, while on tour for her new book, "Becoming"
  • Let it Fall - A feature documentary on the years leading up to the April 1992 riots after Rodney King's verdict
  • Selma - The 2014 film that takes a look into Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight during the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama after the Civil Rights Act in 1964
  • Whose Streets - As told by activists and leaders, this documentary brings light to racial fight against police brutality after the death of Michael Brown
  • Within Our Gates - A story about an African American woman who spends her time helping a nearby bankrupt school for impoverished Black young students
  • The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson - Activist Victoria Cruz fights to reopen the case of her friend Marsha P. Johnson's suspicious death in 1992
  • If Beale Street Could Talk - A story, based on the James Baldwin novel, of a young couple fighting for justice in the name of love and the American Dream
  • Explained: The Racial Wealth Gap - Cory Booker + others dicuss how the history of slavery and centuries of inequalities have compounded this country's racial wealth gap
  • Watch the entire CNN/Sesame Street racism town hall - Van Jones and Erica Hill collab in "Sesame Street" to come together for a townhall for kids and families on standing up to racism