Family Resources

BAX Virtual Bulletin Board

In addition to the resources below, the Virtual Bulletin Board is a place where BAX will highlight important holidays, celebrations, social justice resources, and events happening throughout the season. Each month there will be different topics and points of focus which we will unpack and engage in further. There will be creative prompts, playlists, resources and more!

Anti-Racist Resources for Children and Families

In alignment with BAX’s mission and commitment to anti-racism,  please see below for a list of select anti-racist resources for children and families.  Please feel free to reach out to the Education Department ( or if you have questions.

Reading for Equity: A list of anti-racist resources for children (all ages) and for caregivers talking with kids about race

Additional anti-racist activity and discussion resources for families:


Professional development resources for deepening and building racial justice practices:

Latinx Heritage Month Resources

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Resources

Disability Awareness Month

Resources for Youth

Children’s books 

Middle Grade & Young Adult

*Visit the Katherine Schneider awards 2004-2019 for books that embody “an artistic expression of the disability experience for child and adolescent audiences.”

Resources for Parents

Books and Additional Resources

  • Raising a Sensory Smart Child
  • Raising Henry by Rachel Adams
  • Sensory Tools Catalogue- Fun and Function


TED Talks

Active, NYC based support groups, all super helpful for referrals and research on specialists. 

Disability Rights Activists

  • Subini Annamma
  • Ady Barkan
  • Sarah Birnbaum
  • Rebecca Coakley
  • Corinne Duyvis
  • Conchita Hernández Legorreta
  • Vilissa Thompson
  • Alice Wong- Disability Visibility Project- The Disability Visibility Project, founded by Alice Wong, is an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture.