Families that can have honest conversations about race and empathy are families that can stand up for justice. In partnership with The University of Texas Center for Innovation in Race, Teaching, and Curriculum, Ripple Reads makes it easier for families to incorporate anti-racism education into their households. Ripple Reads reaches over 600 families each month with a new book recommendation, discussion guide, activities and other content delivered directly to their inbox for free.

660 families receive Ripple Reads each month in six countries and 44 unique states/regions

300

families in need received free books through Ripple Read’s partnership with Friends of the Children


100s

of families reached through “How to Talk to Kids about Race” webinars




91%

of respondents agreed that “Ripple Reads helps educate my family to stand up for racial justice” in a survey of Ripple Reads subscribers

1000+

Instagram followers receiving bite-sized educational content





Learn more about ripple reads: ripplereads.com

founder: kelli mason