This remixed episode of The Children’s Hour is about being an anti-racist kid. The Crew interview behavioral psychologists Dr. Rebecca Ezechukwu and Dr. Danielle Riddle-Price about what racism is, and how to be anti-racist.

Then we hear from storyteller Len Cabral with a tale that tells the best way to say something.

Len Cabral

We mix in some poetry, and excellent music celebrating Black History Month.

Playlist Anti Racist Kids - Remix

Woke up This Morning with My Mind on FreedomHollis WatkinsI'm Gonna Let It Shine: A Gathering of Voices for Freedom1990 Round River Records03:28
Black Women in HistoryFYUTCH, Rissi Palmer & SnooknukBlack Women in History - Single2021 Fyusion03:11
Long Days & Short Years (Instrumental)Secret Agent 23 SkidooInfinity Plus One2016 Underground Playground01:00
Woke (Interlude)Alphabet RockersRise Shine #Woke2017 School Time Music LLC01:03
Hands in the SkySaulPaulHold Tight, Shine Bright2018 Rainy Day Dimes/Ampersand & Ampersand02:18
Make New Friends (feat. Carlitta Durand)Pierce FreelonD.A.D2020 Blackspace02:25
Homeward JourneySatish VyasShaswat2001 Times Music01:00
U.N.I.T.Y.Ayanna GregoryMama This One's for You - Single2014 New Moon Recordings01:19
It's How You Say ItLen CabralIt's How You Say It2021 Len Cabral05:34
Why Can't We Be FriendsWarWhy Can't We Be Friends?1975 Far Out Productions, Inc under exclusive license to Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company02:35
Right by My Side (feat. Secret Agent Boogie Man)Secret Agent 23 SkidooThe Figments of Polyglot: Mixtape 9 - EP2020 Joel Sullivan02:50
ReckoningPodington BearSoul2018 HUSH01:43
Stardust (feat. Mo Phillips)SaulPaulBe the Change2020 ReRoute Music Group02:59