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John Griffin consumes medication to darken his skin in this nonfiction account of a racial experiment conducted in the segregated South of the 1950s. His experiences as an African American teach him lessons about human dignity, compassion, and racism that are still relevant for students today. Black…

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Following a meeting with Barack Obama, Ta-Nehisi Coates was determined to explore his own relationship with race in modern America. This National Book Award winner, written as a letter to his teenage son, is one of the most honest and striking nonfiction books of the last 20 years and will drive…

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If you're content with all of your preconceived notions and stereotypes about the status of minorities in America, then you certainly don't want to read this book. John McWhorter offers a troubling, soul-searching, yet ultimately empowering discussion of why the underclass remains the underclass…

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…identity of a skeleton found on her family’s property. Meanwhile, in 1921, William must contend with racial tensions on the advent of the Tulsa Race Riots. As they read through the book, students will see the unexpected way that Rowan’s and William’s story, though told years apart,…

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…at James McBride's story of his mother's remarkable life. The Color of Water is a startling portrayal of race in America, filled with themes classes will relate to: exclusion because of race, how the past influences the present, and the importance of a strong figure when growing up. Ruth McBride was…

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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn explores life along the Mississippi River and touches on the issues of race and identity. Show your students how enjoyable studying literature can be with Prestwick House Activity Packs. This title-specific packet contains dozens of activities that will help students…

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Song of Solomon is filled with stunning prose and fascinating characters, as well as penetrating insights about race and culture that begin on the first page. Students will be drawn in to the dark and beautiful world that Morrison creates. The journey of Milkman Dead, like Homer's The Odyssey, turns…

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…to offer the next a better life. We see an individual's battle for dignity and a family's effort to protect loved ones, even in hardship. While race is at the heart of the book, the Youngers' story is universal, and your classes will recognize themselves in it. This book is eligible for Prestwick…

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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn explores life along the Mississippi River and touches on the issues of race and identity. Show your students how enjoyable studying literature can be with Prestwick House Activity Packs. This title-specific packet contains dozens of activities that will help students…

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…his middle-school track team, but his troubling past haunts him. Despite the heavy subject matter, including domestic violence, young readers will race through Ghost, and your students will find themselves relating to the diverse characters that make up the novel’s central cast. This book is…

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…to completely change the lives of two teenagers. This bestselling novel will foster important and necessary discussions in your classroom about race relations, privilege, police brutality, and the meaning of community in modern America. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume…

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Part mystery, part social commentary, this story is both historically accurate and a great way to create relevant discussions about race issues in your classroom. Told from eleven different points of view, this novel details the effects of the Ku Klux Klan on a small town and the shooting that tears…

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