Five Things for Today: June 3, 2020


1. Anti-racism resources, including more for parents to help them discuss it with kids.

2. Children’s books that feature black heroes and black-owned bookstores around the country where you can shop for them online.

3. Black-owned restaurants around DC open during COVID-19. Read an interview with food advocate, Anela Malik, who compiled the list.

4. The TOGETHER Program, a FREE program for couples that promotes healthy family relationships, personal well-being, effective parenting, and employment and financial stability in our communities, has a workshop series beginning this evening at 6pm, with two more events taking place June 8 and June 13. Register for free here.

5. How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change by Barack Obama.

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