i really want to find some more child-friendly zines / articles / resources for teaching kids about antifascism, leftism, anarchism, and racism (specifically anti-Black racism)
if anyone has any suggestions, please link me!
@jude_ I read Larry Gonick's "Cartoon History of the United States" when I was a kid and got a head start on learning about abolitionism and the labor movement. That might not be exactly what you're after, but perhaps it's adjacent.
I like that these book suggestions include age groups
@jude_ The Secret World of Terijian is a kid's story about the ELF: https://crimethinc.com/zines/the-secret-world-of-terijian
Section 3 of Our Words is Our Weapon is full of Zapatista stories and folktales, some of which were written with children in mind: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/subcomandante-marcos-our-word-is-our-weapon#toc100
The Zapatistas also released some first-grade textbooks about their governance structures: https://escuelitabooks.blogspot.com/2014/06/all-books-are-available.html
There's also a list of anti-racist kids books here: https://www.essence.com/entertainment/childrens-books-racism/
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