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We may not have all the answers...but we know some folks who might. Check out these helpful guides for additional information and resources, including some awesome partner organizations!

Hurricane Fiona: Discussing Natural Disasters with Your Child

Natural disasters can bring up big feelings for kids. Here’s how you can discuss disasters like Hurricane Fiona and relief opportunities with your child.

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

A resource guide for parents looking to celebrate and educate their kids on Hispanic and Latin heritage and pride, not just this month but all year long!

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Talk and Take Action: Guide To Challenging Latin/Hispanic Discrimination

Co-authored by the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and KID Museum, Nickelodeon created a guide designed to provide parents and caregivers the tools, tips, and language needed to talk to their children about the racism, discrimination, and hate directed to the Latin community in the United States.

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Discussing Gun Violence With Kids

A somber but necessary guide to help children process the emotions and thoughts they experience as a result of gun violence, featuring guidance from Dr. George James.

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Autism Acceptance: A Guide

Together with the Autism Society of America, Nickelodeon is celebrating Autism acceptance with kid-friendly activities and resources that advocate for, connect, and empower members of the Autism community.

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Guide To Being A Global Citizen: Helping Ukraine

While war is big and scary, there are ways to spread hope and give support to people who need help. It all starts with being a good global citizen and working to make the world a better, more peaceful place. Click the image below to learn more.