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…Coming of Age in Mississippi details her experiences growing up in rural Mississippi and her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. Moody battles racism as well as sexism during her experiences in Mississippi. This introspective book will give students a look into the reality of the Civil Rights…

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…commentary on race, class, and gender identity will show your students the merits of being unique. Due to its frank discussion of child molestation, racism, and incest, The Bluest Eye is best suited for your more mature classes. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts.…

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…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 Like Me is a great nonfiction selection for your weaker students. This book is eligible for Prestwick…

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…Starr Carter’s childhood best friend, her world is irrevocably upended. This #1 New York Times Best Seller deftly tackles weighty themes of racism, police brutality, and societal injustice and will undoubtedly lead to plenty of interesting conversations, both in and out of the classroom. Due…

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…afterlife, Jerome meets another spirit who shared a similar fate, a boy named Emmett Till. With Emmett as his guide, Jerome realizes how historical racism led to the events that ended his life. Perfect for middle-grade readers, Ghost Boys weaves past and current events together into an unforgettable…

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In this book, antiracist educator Robin DiAngelo explores the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged. These reactions, dubbed “white fragility,” are characterized by emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and by behaviors…

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This compelling novel about the Vietnam War will reveal the intertwining of war and racism to your classroom. From the perspective of a 17-year-old African-American soldier, your students will gain a powerful understanding of the realities of war. Walter Dean Myers, one of the most popular authors…

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…novel that comes to mind for most people when they think of American literature. It is a cornerstone and classic text that examines childhood and racism in the American south. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you…

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…Mississippi, young Jojo and his family embark on a road trip to pick up his father from prison. Family legacies, violence, and the brutalities of racism seem to define his family—until he meets a literal ghost at the prison who has something very important to teach Jojo. Rich with lyricism,…

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Perfect for teenage readers, this graphic novel examines the cost and consequences of racism and injustice. Alfonso Jones, a gifted black student, is shot by a police officer who mistakes a clothes hanger for a gun. When Alfonso awakens in the afterlife, he boards a ghost train with other victims of…

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…of the 2017 Kirkus Prize for Young Readers' Literature, this futuristic story of survival comments on the true impact of colonialism and systemic racism Indigenous peoples in Canada still experience today. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at…

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…this book educates readers about the history of racist ideas in America, from before the country’s founding to the present, explaining why racism continues to linger in society. It also discusses the insidious nature of racist ideas while offering ways readers can identify and end racist…

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