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Battling Bullying and Racism through Books - Virtual Presentation Description

Kinota Braithwaite shares the story of his daughter who experienced racial bullying at her Japanese elementary school because of her skin color. Throughout the presentation, Kinota shares ways to stop bullying and racism and helps us think about how we promote acceptance in our organizations.


Takeaways from this presentation include:


  • Encouraging adults to help students to take purposeful steps toward anti-racism

  • Build a shared understanding of concepts related to race, racism, and anti-racism.

  • Provide strategies to sustain anti-bullying practices when responding to incidents of bullying



  • Standards-Aligned Lessons Plans for Teachers

  • Standards-Aligned Worksheets for Teachers

  • Unit Plans for Teachers

  • Songs for Students

  • Coloring Books for students

Planning a virtual presentation

Kinota’s schedule gets booked very quickly. When requesting a virtual visit please send at least three potential dates/times, platform (i.e. Google Meets, Zoom), the number of presentations, and grade levels of your students.

To setup a virtual visit

If you’d like to arrange a visit with Kinota or if you have any questions, please send your requests via the contact form.

Kinota has presented at the following schools