Recognizing that "talking about race, although hard, is necessary," this resource from the National Museum of African American History and Culture aims to provide individuals, educators, and caregivers with tools to have productive and conscious conversations. These resources were created in response to the Museum's most frequent question: "How [do I] talk about race[?]" Readers may want to begin by asking themselves the "personal reflection" questions on the program's home page. From there, resources can be explored by topic (e.g. "Historical Foundations of Race" and "Social Identities and Systems of Oppression") or by audience (e.g. parent or teacher). Each of these categories contain a variety of videos, reading materials, discussion questions, and action items. Readers can also sift through the full list of more than 100 materials on the Resources page. This page has a variety of filters to narrow by type, topic, and more. Talking About Race receives financial support from The Atlantic Philanthropies.